We will explore those liminal spaces, occupying a position on both sides of a threshold, in which we sometimes find ourselves on life’s mysterious journey. Thresholds that are neither one reality or another, and yet may open a path to our deepest truths. Possibly even the sacred.
What brings us delight? And how can we get more of it? Come celebrate what it means to be a delightful human being! Note that we will be bridging two of our youth this morning and after the service is our Annual Meeting – how delightful!
Join us as we celebrate the Unitarian Universalist multi-generational tradition of “Flower Communion.” This year is the 100th anniversary and our choir has pulled out all the stops with a wonderful cantata!
Let’s explore the ways we use images, in good and bad ways.
A guide to embracing creativity. Worship Associates Jolynn Ibanez, Joel Ibanez and Joel Kilchoer will discuss all the different ways that creativity comes in our lives and invite you to do the same!
Languages change, but what happens when you don’t know the “right” thing to say? We humans are learning how to be kind with our language, but at what point does being “correct” stifle freedom of speech and our own responsible search for truth and meaning? This topic was chosen by Alan and Gabrielle B. for the “sermon topic” at the Fall Auction.
Scientists from many different fields are looking at gaming and games as ways to understand how humans develop and are motivated. Explore the spirituality of gaming with Rev. Sian (a long time “gamer”).
Change brings risk and risk brings resistance. How do we trust the process of change? Or even make sure we have a good process? Rev. Sian tackles changes going on in our denomination, including Article II.
On this Earth Day weekend, we examine some reasons to remain hopeful for our beautiful home planet. Wendy Karn, our incoming intern minister, is the guest speaker.
Why is it that we humans often resist who we are called to be, and hide our light under a bushel? What is this spiritual resistance and how do we get past it? Rev. Sian explores this resistance in part with her own story.
Easter, in a traditional sense, is a tough topic for UUs, and so we resist talking about it. Yet it can also provide us with a lot of meaning and hope. Join Rev. Sian as we explore the various meanings of Easter.
Reparations is a real hot button in our politics and culture these days. How in the world can modern societies make up for the atrocities of the past? Should they? Let’s explore these ideas together centered in love!