Afrofuturism is a powerfully creative social, political, and artistic movement that examines thhe conditions of the past to reimagine hopeful alternative worlds. Join us to explore Afrofuturist spiritual wisdom and imagine futures that liberate our minds and spirits.
Speaker: Brigitta Vieyra
Limiting beliefs can keep us out of relationship with ourselves and others. As part of our faith’s commitment to compassion in human relations, join us as we share healing stories about transforming these beliefs. We will also touch on the recent Action of Immediate Witness … read more.
As a part of the liberal church tradition, Unitarianism and Universalism espouse an optimistic, ‘we can do it’ orientation to life. It can be a catalytic force for good in the world. At the same time, without examination, our faith can promise a shallow hope … read more.
Direct experience is a wellspring for a life of faith where the everyday becomes luminous. Transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, is one UU source. Join us this Sunday for a contemplative service as we explore stories of mysticism woven fine throughout UU … read more.
The leaders of the Longmont UU Presence, Boulder Valley UU Fellowship and the UU Church of Boulder invite you to participate in this special service, where we’ll bite into our Christian heritage. The Moravian Christian Church worshiped together with a “Lovefeast” – a worshipful communal … read more.
This monthly theme of Compassion coincides with Pride Month. We’ll explore the history of Pride as well as what it means for all of us to cultivate self-compassion. Music by One Voice.
We begin the month with the theme of Thresholds looking at the threshold moment we are in as a civilization. These days of social isolation, thousands of deaths, world wide economic anxiety have provided us with an opportunity to experience the challenges with the way … read more.
Most of us are familiar with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s strong stance on racial equality. But over the course of his life, Dr. King became increasingly aware and vocal about how the most stubborn obstacles in this country were more economic than racial. Join us as we explore the lasting implications of King’s analysis of class in our country.
Sometimes the most challenging moments of our lives open us to the most awesome insights. Join Rev. Lydia and Service Associate Brigitta Vieyra as we explore how we can encounter the sacred in the best and the worst moments in life. Emily Jaworski, mezzo-soprano, and Tad Koriath, piano, will provide songs of awe in all situations.