Direct experience is a wellspring for a life of faith where the everyday becomes luminous. Transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, is one UU source. Join us this Sunday for a contemplative service as we explore stories of mysticism woven fine throughout UU … read more.
What does it mean to be a UU? Whether you’ve been a UU for decades or days, this question can be a tricky one. We are a people with diverse beliefs and practices, and we have been this way since either Unitarianism or Universalism have … read more.
The leaders of the Longmont UU Presence, Boulder Valley UU Fellowship and the UU Church of Boulder invite you to participate in this special service, where we’ll bite into our Christian heritage. The Moravian Christian Church worshiped together with a “Lovefeast” – a worshipful communal … read more.
We begin our summer series this Sunday on the “Sources of Our Living Tradition.” This year, we are taking a critical look at these Sources of our UU inspiration, which were adopted in the last century and reflect a white, Eurocentric perspective. We’ll be “de-centering” the … 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.
What lessons and wisdom can UUs draw from Judaism, a foundational resource for UUs?
“Decisions and Diversity”, Jean Nuttall:
“Honoring Our Christian Heritage”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
From the beginning, people paid attention to the cycles of life, nature, and the earth. To many, this was their religion. Most of these belief systems respect the earth and many concentrate on the feminine aspect of the cycles of life. We’ll take a brief look at what some of those views are and how it relates to us as UUs. Karin Griglak, leading, and Eric Williams, Service Associate.
Today we explore our UU Heritage and History, an additional Source that our former director of religious education Katie Covey advocates adding. In the context of this service, we’ll look at the historically silenced voices of people of color in our movement, and the shifts the UUA is making now to dismantle its white supremacy culture habits.
Larry Laverdure and Jean Nuttall, Service Associates. Come explore how Buddhist teachings help us live in the present and appreciate our oneness with all beings. This exploration will invite your reflections as well as your usual Sunday participation.
“The Illusional Self”, Larry LaVerdure: