We look at personal journeys and how they led to this beloved community.
What questions do you have for Rev. Sue about Unitarian Universalism … about social justice … about our communities … about ministry? At this “Question Box” service, Rev. Sue will share a few reflections on the recent Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in Pittsburgh and … read more.
You may or may not feel angry about the changes taking place in our country over the last few years, but if you do, how do you handle it? Should we repress such anger? Act on it? How can we best use strong emotion to our … read more.
“A mentor is not someone who walks ahead of us and tells us how they did it. A mentor is someone who walks alongside us to guide us on what we can do.”
― Simon Sinek
This Sunday (July 9th) is the annual sharing of short readings and poetry. Please bring something which has meaning to you or for which you would like an explanation!
All of this reading, perhaps explanations and laughter, will be followed by scones and coffee shared … read more.
The pandemic has wrought change and created uncertainty for institutions, like our Unitarian Universalist congregations, and our wider world. Who and what are we becoming, individually and collectively? Our GA Sunday service explores these themes as we gather in community to celebrate the best of … read more.
An active life is full of transitions, some planned, others come when we’re least prepared. How can we manage transition and keep balance in our lives? Please come prepared to discuss how you’ve handled this in your life.
A Summer Solstice Celebration will commence at 10 a.m. on Sunday, the 18th, at the time usually reserved for the discussion. It will be held in the Woodland Memorial Garden, weather permitting. Participants are invited to bring readings to share with all. In lieu of … read more.
Did you know there’s a branch of psychology that studies happiness? Somewhere along the way (1990’s?), a guy named Martin Seligman (at the University of Pennsylvania) finally noticed that studying mental illness was not the same as studying happiness — and a whole new branch was born!
In … read more.
How does the energy grid really work? Diversity is the foundation of a reliable energy future. Ensuring all energy sources that are available to us are used in a safe and prudent way, is the key to reliability and sustainability of delivered energy to our … read more.