These are troubled times. Our divided nation is facing an election that will define our future more profoundly than any in recent history. Under the leadership of Black Lives Matter movement and many others, we are engaging in the hard work (and resistance to) racial … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
October is LGBTQ History Month, and also includes National Coming Out Day (on Oct. 11). Today, we’ll learn some sexuality and gender equity history, as well as listen deeply to the power of Trans Voices. We also welcome new members this Sunday!
Beloveds, as the pandemic wears on, we have experienced over 30,000,000 cases and over 930,000 deaths worldwide, with our own country charting almost 194,000 deaths to date. Many of you have experienced deaths of family members and friends during this time, with limited capacity to … read more.
We turn this month to the theme of Deep Listening. When we listen deeply to the needs of others, how does it impact our public engagement? This Sunday, we’ll take a dive into the history and current needs around health care, paid medical leave and the financial … read more.
As a part of the liberal church tradition, Unitarianism and Universalism espouse an optimistic, ‘we can do it’ orientation to life. It can be a catalytic force for good in the world. At the same time, without examination, our faith can promise a shallow hope … read more.
Followed by an opportunity for you to bring your water into the sanctuary. Join Rev. Lydia, Tad Koriath, Jessica Laikeman and Service Associate Irene Faivre for a very special Water Ceremony where we ask ourselves “What does it mean to be a people of renewal?” … read more.
Join Rev. Lydia and some of the members who went to UUA General Assembly (GA) in June as they share inspirations and insights from this first ever Zoom GA. We’ll take a look at our history, and how we move forward stronger. Led by Rev. Lydia … read more.
On this Sunday, we explore the sixth of our Unitarian Universalist sources: Spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. Added in 1995, as part of a growing feminist … read more.
Throughout our history, UUs have had many cautionary tales and missed opportunities in the moments when people of color tried to lead. What do we learn from these historical experiences, and how do we integrate these learnings into how we weave a more inclusive collective … read more.