As Samhain draws near, we celebrate the coming of the dark as a cycle of life. We celebrate those who have come before us, and the wisdom we can learn from them and their lived experiences. Most importantly, we come together to celebrate the turning … read more.
Speaker: Scott Youmans
As we come to the end of Women’s History month, we hear from our Black Unitarian ancestor, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. We’ll consider what liberation means in a UU context, and Jen Simon, minister to the Mountain Top Black, Indigenous, and People of Color UU community, … read more.
Do the darker days bring you down? Do you feel adrift during the holiday season? Or is this simply a difficult year for you? This annual evening service allows you the opportunity to share some of the more challenging parts of this holiday season in … read more.
Limiting beliefs can keep us out of relationship with ourselves and others. As part of our faith’s commitment to compassion in human relations, join us as we share healing stories about transforming these beliefs. We will also touch on the recent Action of Immediate Witness … 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.
Modern Unitarian Universalism is the result of two denominations (Unitarians, and Universalists) merging in 1961. What can we glean by holding up both sides of this heritage simultaneously, and in dialogue with each other?
“Meeting and Merging in Song”, Scott Youmans:
“Approaching Wholeness … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, we are on a free and responsible search for truth and meaning, and as part of this search we attempt to experience that mystery which renews our spirit and opens us to life. Is there room in our responsible search for this … read more.
Is This World Enough? Thomas Christopher, leader, Scott Youmans, service associate. Humanism denies the existence of a supernatural realm. Humanists get asked: “Why would you be moral? How can you face death? How can you live without hope for something more? And what about God? How can this be a religious position?” These are good questions. How do we affirm that this life in this world is enough?
Join us as we bless, honor, and say goodbye to De Anna Hoyle, our Interim Director of School of the Spirit, with words, songs, and gifts of gratitude. In addition, we’ll get to experience a powerful communal service experience by streaming UUA President, Rev. Susan … read more.