Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
A send-off to Rev. Lydia as she begins her sabbatical.
The commitment to Beloved Community asks us not only to live with compassion for all beings in the present, but to be in a constant quest to repair what has been broken. Join us as service associate David Beumée shares his journey of researching and … read more.
On this Valentine’s Day, we look at love between people and within community. Commitment to the Beloved Community invites us into a deeper love for all of creation. Not easy, but well worth it.
Recent years have brought to us a rapidly accelerating rate of change, as well as a deep need for unity and beloved community. There is so much possibility for how our UU values can be engaged in the world, and our congregations thriving centers of … read more.
Spirituality is a recognition that there is something beyond us, that we are more than our bodies and brains. If our human senses don’t tell the whole story, does imagination play a role in our spiritual lives? If so, what is it? In this special … read more.
On this Martin Luther King Day Weekend, we’ll explore Dr. King’s 1966 Ware Lecture to the UU General Assembly. How much of what Dr. King was asking of us then is still relevant now? Where do we need to take his message in this century?
We are One Body Beyond Our Walls: A Joint UU Christmas Eve Service All are welcome to join us as we celebrate Christmas together. We are featuring “The Christmas Story in Three Movements” – wonderful music, created collectively by UU music ministers from across the Denver … read more.
2020 has been a year for the history books! We are coming to the end of this year having survived massive fires, an historic election, and an ongoing pandemic which is forcing physical isolation like we’ve never had to experience before. The ride between ‘I … read more.