The leaders of the Longmont UU Presence, Boulder Valley UU Fellowship and the UU Church of Boulder invite you to participate in this special service, where we’ll bite into our Christian heritage. The Moravian Christian Church worshiped together with a “Lovefeast” – a worshipful communal … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
We begin our summer series this Sunday on the “Sources of Our Living Tradition.” This year, we are taking a critical look at these Sources of our UU inspiration, which were adopted in the last century and reflect a white, Eurocentric perspective. We’ll be “de-centering” the … 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.
The Unitarian Universalist Flower Ceremony was started in 1923 by the first Czech Unitarian minister Rev. Norbert Capek. Now an annual event in many UU congregations, we will explore what led to this uniquely Unitarian ritual and why it is ever so important for our … read more.
This monthly theme of Compassion coincides with Pride Month. We’ll explore the history of Pride as well as what it means for all of us to cultivate self-compassion. Music by One Voice.
For this year’s Memorial Day service, we’ll be exploring the complex grief that accompanies war losses. What similarities and differences are there between war losses and the immense loss of life we are experiencing now in this pandemic? What are the lessons of loss? Spotlight … read more.
We begin the month with the theme of Thresholds looking at the threshold moment we are in as a civilization. These days of social isolation, thousands of deaths, world wide economic anxiety have provided us with an opportunity to experience the challenges with the way … read more.
This week’s Jagged Rock: Truth continues to be revealed. As much as we’d often like to have life be predictable, it never is. Every day offers new adventures. Our first UU Source, which invites our direct experience to inform our understanding of truth, means that … read more.
In the third week of our series, we focus on the Jagged Rock: Courageous Love Transforms the World with a tribute to the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. For 80 years the UUSC has been on the forefront of social justice movements. Their humanitarian work focuses on collaborating with grassroots movements around the world to advance human rights and human dignity. The UUSC is one tangible, visible way that our courageous love has transformed the world.
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.