What lessons and wisdom can UUs draw from Judaism, a foundational resource for UUs?
Speaker: Pete Wernick
Our one 10 a.m. service for Memorial Day is about getting past the ambivalence we may have about wars so that we can both recognize our own universal human vulnerability and be thankful for what others have sacrificed — most of them involuntarily — so … read more.
Come join us for a fabulous morning of music when the Fellowship Singers sing with the Choir from our Boulder neighborhood church, Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder.
“On Prayer of the Children”, Rev. Lydia:
“On Unclouded Day”, Rev. Penny Rather:
We will look at how we Unitarian Universalists balance our own beliefs with the beliefs of others in our congregation and in our world, and consider how our faith tradition responds to the promise of pluralism. Led by the Revs. Catharine Harris and Rev. Penny … read more.
We offer one service at 10 a.m. on this special day. Come explore the question, what does hope look like for each of us as individuals and as community as we enter the new year?
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We’ll be bringing back the light. It is helpful if you bring a flashlight to this service for your use. Please join us!
Our Universalist faith is grounded in a theology of Hope. Today, we explore that tradition that invites us to ask the question “What does it mean to be a people of Hope?
How can we meet the challenge of really feeling the inherent worth and dignity of every person?