When we spy a forsythia bush in early bloom, we sense joy. In these moments, we are witness to resurrected life. At our Easter Service with Rev. Sue Browning, we’ll consider how these fleeting signs of spring and the traditional stories of Easter help us … read more.
Over and over we proclaim our core commitment to valuing difference. How do we live well in a pluralistic society? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning, we’ll reflect on the responsibilities and compromises needed to continually make space for others’ religious and cultural practices.
Rev. … read more.
We spend a lot of time and effort trying to help our neighbors and those struggling in our communities. Rosie Ramsey-Granillo’s role in the county is dedicated to fixing the way the state and the community deliver services to children and families. This conversation will reflect … read more.
Often, when we “reboot” a computer, something realigns and it operates better. Might a periodic “reboot” of our faith tradition be wise? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning, we’ll consider how the proposed updates to the Unitarian Universalist principles may serve as just such a … read more.
How often are you in conversation with someone and suddenly you’re distracted? We all do it. In this service, Rev. John Wright will speak to the difference between “hearing” and “listening,” and its effect on communication and our relationships.
Rev. John Wright, Guest Speaker
Annie Lavin, Service Leader
Michael Casey, Musician
The world’s challenges can seem overwhelming. Lawyer, author, and activist Bryan Stevenson reminds us that you can’t understand most of the important things from a distance; you have to get close. At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider how his advice to “get … read more.
There is an old adage, “All’s fair in love and war.” But is that true? This adage seems to equate these two concepts, which should be diametrically opposed. During this service, Rev. Karyn Marsh will explore the connection between justice, equity, and love.
Rev. Karyn Bergmann … read more.
As a congregation, we nurture the joy all around us. Even when times are trying and we offer care, there is joy in the support. At this Stewardship Sunday service with Rev. Sue Browning, we’ll reflect on the ways joy emerges from our connections in … read more.
The New Year always offers the temptation to make resolutions, examine expectations, and start over. It is not, however, a magical moment of transformation. Real change requires intention and commitment; and, most importantly, a new way of thinking.
Rev. Greg Chute, Guest Speaker
Annie Lavin, Worship Leader
Michael Casey, … read more.
Our Universalist forebearers didn’t see that it was possible for anyone to end up in hell. They saw that all were worthy, and thus all would be saved. Today, Rev. Dr. Sofia Benacourt finds it is these Universalist roots that guide us to “an idea … read more.