Halloween Celebration! Ghosts and Goblins, Scarecrows and Gremlins! Come one, come all to this special Halloween service. We’ll share music, merriment and stories about the traditions of All Hallow’s Eve! Wear your costume and bring your carved pumpkin to the pumpkin carving contest following the … read more.
Join us for this long-awaited special one and a half hour service to celebrate the milestone of our new building! In this morning of story-telling and ritual, we’ll celebrate a job well done, and covenant to our vision of being that Center for Spiritual Exploration … read more.
In celebration of National Coming Out day, members of our congregation will share what their lived experience was and will celebrate the wonderfulness of our beautiful diversity.
In the 1870s, the American Unitarian Association (AUA) accepted an invitation from the Federal government to have Protestant congregations take over the management of American Indian reservations and agencies. The hope was to cut down on government corruption while still trying to ‘civilize’ the Indians. … read more.
We begin the month on the theme of Courage as the Jewish community celebrates their most holy days of the year. Within Judaism, repentance and returning to right relationship mark these days that begin their New Year. Perhaps the most courageous words any of us … read more.
Bryan Stevenson tells us that “hopelessness is the enemy of justice.” It is literally our responsibility in these times to stay hopeful. Where do we turn when our hearts are broken again and again? How do we sustain ourselves? Dear ones, come join us … read more.
In this service, we will explore what we stand to gain by moving out of our comfort zone. How can we overcome internal resistance and effect change during these difficult times?
It’s about you and me. Join us for a powerful service, with guest healer/poet/racial justice facilitator, Norma Johnson, and musician and peace activist, Dexter Payne. Their offering will take us on a creative journey of Race, to delve into its persistent everydayness in our racialized society.
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What’s the story we tell about ourselves? Our country? Our world? How do our common national narratives keep oppression in its place? Does changing narratives really make a difference? How about those who have the courage to change the narrative of their lives?
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Today we explore the courage it takes to build meaningful relationships across difference, recognizing that change doesn’t happen from a distance.