For this All Ages service, we explore the importance of marking the passing of seasons for those who follow earth-centered traditions and ways we can all celebrate together. Wear something that makes you feel Summery.
Speaker: Karin Griglak
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Norbert Capek’s Flower Ceremony, a ritual celebrated in many Unitarian Universalist congregations each spring. Bring a flower to add to our bouquets, as we honor the powerful history that brought this ritual from Transylvania to the United States. … read more.
On this Memorial Day weekend, we remember the losses of both the bodies as well as the souls lost to past battles.
Resistance is sometimes started but rarely ended by one person; we all join together to create change in this world. Our creative minds, when joined with others, make their own kind of magic. Let us explore some examples of creative resistance.
Story Sunday: What happens when we really stop to listen to things things around us or to things inside us? When we listen to the voice, still and small, the things we can do, and the people we can connect with, make our potential, limitless. … read more.
February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness day. I believe that all those little things we do each day that bring a smile to another person, or animal, or to help the planet, shows profound love for our interconnected web. Let’s take today to celebrate … read more.
Potatos, Beans and Coffee — which one are you? In today’s All Ages Service, we’ll playfully look at the various ways to keep our center in the midst of adversity.
All are welcome to join in this contemplative evening of sharing in community. This service is designed especially for those who find the holidays challenging — whether that’s an annual drop in your mood, or caused by something particular this year. This service is ‘masked … read more.
There are so many details to pay attention to this time of year. What if we concentrate on the big things and let the rest of it happen? What if instead of worrying about the wrapping paper and the fact that we burned the rolls, … read more.