Where there is water . . . there is life. In today’s Story Sunday, we honor Earth Day by celebrating water, and reminding ourselves of all the things we can do to be water protectors. All ages will join us in the sanctuary for this … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
Three years have come and gone since we first received the shock of a global pandemic. And it’s been over a year since we first started having services in our new building. So much has changed! Today we’ll take stock of what we’ve learned as … read more.
In this “Tell the Preacher what to Preach” Auction item, Constance Holden asked Rev. Lydia: “Why don’t we talk about Jesus in our UU congregations?” Rev. Lydia will explore some of the reasons why Jesus doesn’t come up very often in our UU services, and … read more.
On this Sunday, we explore those experiences that take us beyond the ‘rational’. Experiences that are shared by many humans, and either revered or reviled in many religious traditions. We’ll look at it through the lens of our Unitarian Universalist history and our first source, … read more.
In this “Tell the Preacher what to preach” auction service, Silvine Farnell asked Rev. Lydia to share about her favorite historical Unitarian or Universalist. That’s definitely Francis Ellen Watkins Harper — (September 24, 1825-February 22, 1911), an African-American writer, lecturer, and political activist, who promoted … read more.
This month’s Soul Matters Theme is: The Path of Love. We also begin our annual pledge drive this month. In this service, we’ll look at how we are Growing our Vision together. What seeds are we planting now for a bright future? What are our … read more.
Potatos, Beans and Coffee — which one are you? In today’s All Ages Service, we’ll playfully look at the various ways to keep our center in the midst of adversity.
“Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” — Martin Luther King. In this service, we will explore the faith that enabled Martin Luther King to stay centered on love even in the midst of evil. Our Fellowship choir … read more.