Fatherhood Expanded. In a non-binary world, the assigned ‘male’ gender at birth is no longer a pre-requisite for fatherhood. Today we celebrate the blessings of all kinds of ways to be a father, and all the people who have played fatherly roles in our lives.
Celebrating Blessings: Saying Goodbye with Gratitude. Endings can be challenging. Whether it is someone moving away, a change in a relationship, or even a death, a good goodbye offers a healing balm to the discomfort of change. This Sunday, we say goodbye to our intern … read more.
Bring flowers to share for this annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community.
Lies are everywhere. From something as seemingly benign as “stretching the truth” and “lies of ommission” to devastating lies such as forgaries, climate change denial, and embezzlement, lying has existed as long as humantiy itself. What impact or “price” do these lies have on our … read more.
There is now a mental health crisis among our youth, which by necessity impacts whole families. Today, we explore the learning, beauty and challenges parents experience with the ever-increasing prominence of struggling young people. We will also welcome New Members .
Our Soul Matters theme for the month of May is Nurturing Beauty. At this service, we’ll look at the many creative ways we were able to nurture beauty to help get us through these last couple of years. And to help bring the beauty, we’ll … read more.
During this very special service we will honor all the transitions our youth are experiencing. Credo statements will be shared by our Coming of Age participants and we will honor both our youth transitioning out of and into our high school youth community through the … read more.
Beautify! as a Spiritual Practice. The choice to bring beauty into the world is a choice to love the world. We begin this month’s Soul Matters Theme of “Nurturing Beauty” exploring the link between spirituality, creativity and beauty. Following the service, all ages are invited … read more.
Earth Day: Living Local. Our Transcendentalist Unitarian ancestors were deeply connected to the natural world around them, finding ‘a leaf of grass no less than the journey-work of stars’. (Walt Whitman) On this Earth Day, we’ll revel in the beauty of our locale, and create … read more.
Many people grew up with a story of Easter that included a bodily resurrection and personal rebirth through Jesus as a messiah. But what if the message of Jesus was even more radical than that? What if he came to shift our whole relationship to … read more.