Join us as we celebrate the many masculinities and sexualities that make our world a beautiful place. We’ll have a special performance by a local junior drag queen, Vinessa Shimmer.
Speaker: Gloria Pearlstein
This service will celebrate Pride Sunday and Father’s Day. We will explore the delight–and complexity–of being our authentic selves in a culture where many value conformity and reject difference.
Improv as Spiritual Practice. If there’s one thing these past few years have taught us, it’s that life throws us curve balls. Sociologist Zygmunt Bauman has defined this era as one with a ‘liquid culture’ — a time of constant mobility and change that is … read more.
Three years have come and gone since we first received the shock of a global pandemic. And it’s been over a year since we first started having services in our new building. So much has changed! Today we’ll take stock of what we’ve learned as … read more.
On this Sunday, we explore those experiences that take us beyond the ‘rational’. Experiences that are shared by many humans, and either revered or reviled in many religious traditions. We’ll look at it through the lens of our Unitarian Universalist history and our first source, … read more.
This month’s Soul Matters Theme is: The Path of Love. We also begin our annual pledge drive this month. In this service, we’ll look at how we are Growing our Vision together. What seeds are we planting now for a bright future? What are our … read more.
“Trauma” is the psychological and social buzz-word of these times. We’ve certainly been living through a lot, and learned a lot about how our brains process challenging stressors. What is trauma? What skills can we cultivate to ‘keep our center’ in the midst of life’s … read more.
We can find Wonder and Joy even in the darkest week of the year. We will explore the many meanings that the dark of winter can have for us as we await the Solstice. We’ll also celebrate the beginning of Hanukkah – one of the … read more.
We begin the month on the theme of Courage as the Jewish community celebrates their most holy days of the year. Within Judaism, repentance and returning to right relationship mark these days that begin their New Year. Perhaps the most courageous words any of us … read more.