Renewing Faith: Simply Pray. In this first service on the Soul Matters theme of “Renewing Faith”, we’ll explore prayer as a spiritual practice, even for Unitarian Universalists.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
In a vibrant community, each member is empowered to find and use their gifts in ways that enhance the common good. This is shared ministry. With covenantal trust, we become a learning community. As Adrienne Maree Brown says “There are no failures, only lessons” In … read more.
Community Rising: Nourish. Deepen. Connect. What does this community offer you? How does it inspire you to rise to meet the challenges of these times? How does it sustain you? In this special Sunday service, we’ll go deeper into what it means to be a … read more.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King is remembered as a great civil rights leader, perhaps the greatest our country has ever known. His incredible courage and prophetic imagination were rooted in a deep faith. Today we’ll explore how his faith was anchored in a deep connection … read more.
Once again, we are required to rise up to respond to another crisis in our community. The Marshall Fire crisis is coming within the context of COVID on a (hopefully short) upswing, ongoing mass shootings, our shaky democracy, and an escalating climate crisis, among other … read more.
With the devastation and loss caused by the Marshall Fire, the theme for the Sunday service is changing. Tomorrow’s service will be a time of community connection, caring, and reflection.
Following the service, during our normal “virtual coffee hour” time, the Caring Council will be offering facilitated … read more.
Joy to the World! On this Christmas Eve, we’ll have our traditional Candles and Carols Service in our new multi-platform setting. After almost two years of pandemic, we’ll gather to remember the hope and joy that comes from new life and the power of following … read more.
Christmas Eve comes even in a pandemic. Join us at 3:00 p.m. for an all ages outdoor bonfire with face painting, hot chocolate (for real this time), a s’mores bar, a photobooth, an optional cookie swap and kids book exchange, and plenty of holiday cheer!
As is our tradition, we will be collecting handmade and store-bought hats, mittens, scarves and gloves to decorate our Mitten Tree and then donate to the Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) to provide to local families in need. The items will decorate our tree during … read more.