Accessibility is a justice issue and our language and practices can convey inclusion or unwelcome. What do we need to learn and do so we can answer the call of love more fully?
Rev. Wendy Bartel
The UUA Board made a promise to address our history of upholding white supremacy culture. Together, we can collectively work to dismantle it. This Sunday, we’ll center the lives of Black Unitarian Universalists as part of this campaign.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, said that he decided to stick with love, because hate is too big a burden to bear. Join us as we reflect on Dr. King’s legacy, and how love is needed today. We will celebrate Julie Rigano, on her final Sunday as Director of Lifespan Religious Education.
It’s 2018! Now what?
This evening contemplative service will call us to remember the ancient birth story of Jesus of Nazareth and how important it is to both wait in the dark and to call forth the light.
Join us for this family friendly Christmas Eve Morn service. There’ll be a child dedication, a special music ensemble, and stories to remind us that each one born has the potential to heal the world!
The Choirs! Seasonal poetry! What does it all mean, anyway?
As the days grow darker, our children, youth, and teachers in our RE program will share holidays from different faith traditions in our Light of Life program. We will celebrate the beauty of darkness and the light we share with each other.
Some folks get the blues in December. It may be that the days are getting shorter and colder, or that it is hard to avoid the sometimes overly-cheery, noisy holidays. It may be that there has been so much loss. This Sunday, we lift our spirits as we recognize new members to the congregation!
Let us gather to explore gratitude as a spiritual practice, and to share in a bread communion where all are welcome. For what are you grateful? What nourishes you? What nourishes this community? Both choirs will be part of this Sunday celebration.