The epidemic of random mass shootings has shaken this country to its core. On this Sunday, we explore the impact of these events on our sense of safety, real or perceived. What spiritual insights and tools can help us? What call to … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
On Friday, September 20, people all over the planet are going on strike. Millions of people are expected to walk out of work, of school, of the average-ness of their days to make a clear and unequivocal statement to the leaders of this world: … read more.
“Expectation and Covenant” We begin the September theme of Expectation with the Merging of the Waters ceremony — a uniquely Unitarian Universalist tradition celebrated this time of year. Bring water to represent a meaningful moment in your summer as we celebrate the beginning of … read more.
We’ve spent the summer exploring “Principles and Practices.” In this service, we look back at how our Principles call us to live our lives. As a ‘living religious tradition’ that invites both inner and outer transformation, what’s needed now to keep … read more.
We will explore Principle #4: A free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Using the story of Rev. James Reeb as background, we’ll reflecting upon our own narratives about race and how they shape, or misshape, truth. Reeb was the … read more.
This Sunday, we explore the messages we get throughout our lives about how beautiful (or not) we are. We shine a light on the toxic effects of shame and the liberating effect of finding and accepting our own unique beauty. … read more.
An Auction Service bought by Debbie Lane. Watching her young grandson frolic around, Debbie Lane asked Rev. Lydia to ponder: Is it important to keep a sense of wonder as we age? What do we do to keep this sense of wonder … read more.
What do we need to get us through this life? Today we explore our need for beauty in all forms, but especially for the magical sway of music, to buoy our spirits, inspire us to action, and make us whole. This Music Sunday will include … read more.
Once again, we honor our Coming of Age participants in a special service. All year long, these 8th and 9th graders have explored their faith, and deepened their UU identity. Today we celebrate their achievements as they share their ‘credo statements’. … read more.