Rev. Roberta will explore our ministry theme for September: “What Does It Mean To Be a People of Welcome?” Genuine welcome is a radical act of love and vulnerability. How can we practice that kind of welcome, both as individuals and as a community of faith?
Enter, rejoice and come in as we celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of a new year of religious growth, learning, worshiping, and advocacy. This multi-generational service features the amazing percussion of Brother Darien Ebo and Friends. All are invited to bring a small vial of water for the Water Communion Ceremony. Some […]
Please join us as we launch our new evening Vespers series on Wednesday evening, September 6th, from 6:30-7:00 pm in the church sanctuary. (Childcare will be available from 6:00-7:15 pm.) The services will be based on the Taizé style of worship, featuring candlelight, inspirational music, readings and meditation. Come to find peace, silence and fellowship. […]
Legendary Broadway composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim has a unique way of looking at the world. Our relationships, our loves, our sorrows. Join the Chamber Choir with Quest musicians for a wonderful morning exploring the world through Sondheim’s eyes. The service will be 75 minutes long and refreshments will be provided afterwards.
Tony Kushner’s play, later an HBO special, “Angels in America” was supposedly about the AIDs crisis, but it posed the larger issue of whether there are angels at all. If so, can they intervene in our lives? The issue of angels poses fundamental spiritual issues, but does so in a more provocative way than the […]
This service will be a sampling of our upcoming weeknight Vespers service series to begin in the Fall. Based on the “Taizé” style of worship, Vespers offers an experiential, reverent method of worship, different than what you’ll find on a typical Sunday morning. In a darkened room filled with candlelight, congregants gather for prayer, silence, […]
Our mission statement starts with “First Unitarian Church of Wilmington is a beloved community…” What does it mean to be a beloved community? Are we one? If not, how do we become one? It starts with each of us changing ourselves. Let’s “be the change.” This will also be a non-traditional service with pagan ritual […]
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