Speaker: Paul Gibb
What does it mean to be a UU? Whether you’ve been a UU for decades or days, this question can be a tricky one. We are a people with diverse beliefs and practices, and we have been this way since either Unitarianism or Universalism have … read more.
We’ll celebrate Father’s Day by exploring the love and attention those who fathered us offer, as well as the cultural limitations put on many fathers that hindered their abilities to be the best they could be.
One of the most beautiful values of living in community is sharing our wisdom with one another. Life has a way of teaching us, often the hard way, at each stage of our lives. From 10 to 110 each of us have learned something … 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.
We begin the month on the theme of Belonging 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. What can we glean from those … read more.
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.
Today we explore the history of migration, what it takes to leave one’s home for good, and how we can more fully welcome the stranger.
“Land that the Pilgrims Pried,” Paul Gibb
“Migration as the Human Story”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
As we remember Dr. Martin Luther King and honor his legacy, we will reflect on the past and explore the possibilities in ourselves and in our communities to move closer to the beloved community.
Our one 10 a.m. service for Memorial Day is about getting past the ambivalence we may have about wars so that we can both recognize our own universal human vulnerability and be thankful for what others have sacrificed — most of them involuntarily — so … read more.