These words from Charles Esenstein invite us to reflect deeply about what IS possible, and orient our world in that direction. In this service, which is both Outdoors and on Zoom, we explore the ‘Story of Separation’ and how it has shaped our lives. How … read more.
Speaker: Karin Griglak
On this Sunday, we explore the sixth of our Unitarian Universalist sources: Spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. Added in 1995, as part of a growing feminist … read more.
Black Transwomen are the conjurers of social change, creators of the art, and keepers of the community. Paradoxically, Black Trans women are both the creators of beauty and those who are more at risk of having their beauty destroyed through violence. A queering or deconstruction … read more.
Our music service looks nothing like any music service we’ve done before, and that’s okay. We create music apart and yet still we join together to lift the spirit, join us together, and show that we value that which speaks to our hearts. Join our … read more.
While many of us have been staying home for these last several months in order to” flatten the curve,” it is easy to feel like we’ve lost ourselves on this side of the threshold. As I was watching the movie “Hook,” I realized that we … read more.
On Easter Sunday, we explore the Jagged Rock: Salvation in THIS life. This theological stance set Unitarians, in particular, apart from their liberal Christian siblings. How does it change our lives to be called to create the Beloved Community here and … read more.
In the month of resilience, what can our animals teach us about love and about how to bounce back from the unexpected?
“Fawkes’ Burning Day excerpt from ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’, by J.K. Rowling”, Karen Griglak
“Lessons in Love – from Cats,” Paul … read more.
This coming week, February 1, marks the celebration of the pagan festival of Imbolc, the coming of the spring. We’ll explore why celebrating it can be seen as an act of integrity, defiance, the resilency of nature, and our own resilency.
“Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” It is tempting to ignore or procrastinate with tasks that are unpleasant or make us uneasy. Even though we know that death is one of life’s certainties and that we should talk to those … read more.
It may seem strange that as we explore the theme of belonging, our youngest associate and I would turn our attention to bullying. However, since October is National Bullying Prevention Month, we explore how to offer support and a sense of belonging, not just to … read more.