Who are we becoming? Just as the stone was rolled away at the Resurrection, we are also invited into “something more.” What insight does Jesus’ resurrection give us for new and different ways of being, both individually and as a community?
Speaker: Intern Minister Lisa Moore
As another tragedy strikes us “close to home”, we’ll reflect on what “close to home” means to each of us, and find strength and resilience in our spiritual “home.”
This Sunday we’ll reflect on our commitment to immigration justice. Sarah Jackson, the Director of Casa de Paz, will be joining us after the service to answer questions.
As Rev. Lydia is sent off for sabbatical to rest and replenish her spirit, we, as members and friends of the Fellowship, still have much loving work to do. This Sunday we will explore what it means to be a free church, our congregational polity, … read more.
A send-off to Rev. Lydia as she begins her sabbatical.
On this Valentine’s Day, we look at love between people and within community. Commitment to the Beloved Community invites us into a deeper love for all of creation. Not easy, but well worth it.
Some of us know of the importance of play in the developmental process in children. As adults, play gives us the opportunity to explore our creativity and expand our imaginations, giving us space to wonder about what else is possible. How can play help us … read more.
We are One Body Beyond Our Walls: A Joint UU Christmas Eve Service All are welcome to join us as we celebrate Christmas together. We are featuring “The Christmas Story in Three Movements” – wonderful music, created collectively by UU music ministers from across the Denver … read more.
As the days darken and the pandemic further limits our activities, how can a practice of stillness support us? In this service, we’ll explore the ways stillness can support us, even, or especially, if we feel isolated by circumstances.
No one heals alone. Even applying a Band-Aid to a small cut, we can acknowledge the people involved to get that bandage to us. For this service, we will observe how being in community can help heal some of our tender wounds. How can … read more.