It’s a turning moment; a choice to listen deeply to the stories in our movement that have not been heard, and taken to heart, by all Unitarian Universalists. It is a time to put the voices of people of color forward that we may hear … read more.
On Sunday we’ll explore personal brokenness by looking at an example of hope, faith and the willingness to accept help from the community in overcoming a significant life challenge
The Principles of Unitarian Universalism are core values to our way of living. Might we consider resistance as another? On Sunday we’ll examine different forms of resistance and how they can lead towards bringing about the Beloved Community.
A Congregational business meeting will follow the service in the Sanctuary
Please join us for our last Sunday service before the summer break. We invite you to stay for coffee and fellowship after the service.
Please join us for reflections on kindness and compassion. Join us for coffee and fellowship after the service.
Please bring a flower for the ceremony and join us for coffee and fellowship after the service.
Originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Flower Ceremony was introduced to the United States by Rev. Maya Capek, Norbert’s widow. The Flower Communion … read more.