Today we reflect on Principle #5: Right of Conscience and Use of the Democratic Process. In the country many people claim is the greatest democracy on earth, where have we fallen short of the democratic ideal? Where are there opportunities to move beyond the common … read more.
Speaker: Karin Griglak
This is a day of many wonderful and poignant moments – Child Dedications, Intern Minister AJ van Tine’s last sermon to the Fellowship, and our last Sunday with Religious Education Coordinator Ellen Saunders Duncan. Come and celebrate community in all its variations.
“My Stone Circle”, Karin … read more.
There is a rise in the number of the SBNRs, Spiritual But Not Religious. What are they about? How do UUs fit with them? Are we spiritual? Does our general curiosity get in the way of spirituality? For that matter, what is spirituality?
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Sometimes we go on a trip, expecting the expected. How wonderful is it to realize we’ve gone on a journey that connects us more deeply to ourselves and to this wonderful world around us in ways we never could have imagined?
“Home I Never Knew I … read more.
Join us for a special service as we say goodbye to the current version of our building, and prepare for our major remodel and expansion.
On this first Sunday in December we gather to share stories from the world’s traditions and reflect upon mystery and light in our lives.
“Stories of Light”, AJ van Tine and Karin Griglak,
“Metaphor and Mystery”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
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At Halloween, or Samhain as some call it, we mark time by celebrating the lives and the wisdom of those who came before us. At this time of the year, when veils between now and the past wear increasingly thin, may we find a sense … read more.
Led by Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry, Intern Minister AJ van Tine and Service Associate, Karin Griglak. All ages join together for our annual in-gathering service. Bring waters that represent something meaningful about your summer, as we celebrate coming back together and recommitting to our vision.
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From the beginning, people paid attention to the cycles of life, nature, and the earth. To many, this was their religion. Most of these belief systems respect the earth and many concentrate on the feminine aspect of the cycles of life. We’ll take a brief look at what some of those views are and how it relates to us as UUs. Karin Griglak, leading, and Eric Williams, Service Associate.
In this service bought by Karin Griglak at the 2016 Auction, we ask: What makes an ordinary event magical? How does our perception of life impact whether our days are ordinary or full of mystery?