Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
Today we explore our UU Heritage and History, an additional Source that our former director of religious education Katie Covey advocates adding. In the context of this service, we’ll look at the historically silenced voices of people of color in our movement, and the shifts the UUA is making now to dismantle its white supremacy culture habits.
Today we begin our summer series on the UU Sources. The Sources as we see theme in our hymnals, were developed in the 1980s. Today, we examine them with a critical eye in 21st Century context, and chart the course for our summer sermon series.
Join us as we bless, honor, and say goodbye to De Anna Hoyle, our Interim Director of School of the Spirit, with words, songs, and gifts of gratitude. In addition, we’ll get to experience a powerful communal service experience by streaming UUA President, Rev. Susan … read more.
“Beauty, Blessing, and Letting Go”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
“Releasing of Covenant with Rev. Ruth Rinehart”:
Parenting is the hardest job many of us have ever had! No job description, little supervision, and lots of responsibility! Many of us would like to ‘do things differently’ yet get stuck in the same family traps that we grew up in. Join us today … 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:
Want some inspiration about our future? Join us for our annual Youth Sunday. All ages together for both services. At 9 am, our eighth grade Coming of Age class will share credo statements with us, and we’ll covenant to welcome them more fully into congregational … read more.
At its root, “emergence” means ‘to bring forth, or bring to light, to arise’. Nothing new comes forth without some risk. Today, we wrap up the month’s theme of emergence looking at ‘moments of emergence’ and the possibility and risk they embody. Music by Falling for Annie. ONE 10 am service will be followed by a Congregational Town Hall Meeting, update on the Building Plans and Capital Campaign. You won’t want to miss it!
Join us as we explore Joanna Macy’s work.
“Acting on Our Earth’s Behalf”, Jean Nuttall:
“A Conversation with Future Beings”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry: