We have set sail! For the next nine months (or so), we’ll be unanchored to our building, as we watch it transform into a space much better suited for a Center for Spiritual Exploration and Justice-making. But WE are still the congregation, no matter … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
Sunday, February 17. New Service Time – 12:30 p.m. Join us for our first service in our temporary location, First United Methodist of Lafayette, at 1255 Centaur Village Dr. We will start this new part of our journey by welcoming new members. Even … read more.
Join us for a special service as we say goodbye to the current version of our building, and prepare for our major remodel and expansion.
Congregations are one of the last intentionally intergenerational communities. Every week, all ages gather in our building for spiritual exploration and justice-making, but often end up in our own circles. And even when we do mingle, are we cultivating relationships of depth and … read more.
As part of our journey of being a “Welcoming Congregation” to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning +++ people, we have made this commitment: “We recognize that there is always something more to learn, and remain open to deepening our understanding about the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people”. Today, we dive into how the ‘pronouns’ conversation stretches us and widens our welcome.
Learn about UU Presence in Longmont – we call it the LUUP – and other emerging ministries for 2019. Come explore the possibilities with us.
“Opening Words”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
“Stories of Possibility”, Christiane Olivo and Stephanie Pache:
“Roots and Wings”, … read more.
We begin this new year, and January’s theme of “Possibiity” with a ‘question box’ service. What are you wondering about that our minister and intern minister can answer? If you’d like them to ponder the questions a bit, send them to both ‘email@example.com’ and ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ … read more.
Join us at our annual Christmas eve service as we sing carols and explore what this Christian story of hope can say to us in these times.
The Christmas story comes to life in our popular No Rehearsal Christmas Eve Pageant at 3 and 5 p.m.! Narrators tell the story, and everyone is welcome to join in. People of all ages are invited to be a star, a shepherd, a barn animal or a king. Costumes provided! We end with singing Silent Night by candlelight.
Mystery abounds, whether in the natural world, or in indescribable qualities and moments of life such as love, resiliency, and transcendent experiences. Today we explore the variety of perspectives on how we ‘make sense of mystery’, accompanied by the music of Tad Koriath, on this “Classical Music Sunday.”