Years ago, UU theologian James Luther Adams named five characteristics that define the core strengths of Unitarian Universalism. Rev. Roberta begins an irregular sermon series on each of these five, beginning with the concept that revelation is continuous.
This multi-generational service is a celebration of Purim, the Jewish holiday that is narrated in the Book of Esther. When Esther is urged to intercede with the king on behalf of her people, she does so at great personal risk. Her uncle asks her, “And who knows but that you have come to your royal […]
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein returns from vacation rested and restored and ready to wrestle with what it means for us to be a community of risk. We sometimes think of risk-taking in negative terms. When does taking a risk become a positive spiritual practice for us as individuals, and for us together as a faith community?
We Unitarians & Universalists claim to have a deep commitment to social justice. Many of us also claim to be searching for something we often call “spiritual,” but aren’t sure what that means. Perhaps we can find spirituality in our social action and community involvement.
Our theme is exploring identity for the month. As Unitarian Universalists, what is our identity? Are we monolithic faith or are we a rich tapestry of theological positions under a big tent? Are we like other faiths or are we different? We’ll explore what it means to be a member of this association of congregations […]
Rev. Roberta and Linda Sanders explore the theme of identity through a personal lens. To know oneself is to live with integrity. To honor one’s true self is to live in freedom. Rev. Roberta’s Sermon Linda Sanders’ Homily
Join Rev. Roberta Finkelstein and Catherine Williamson, Director of Religious Exploration, for an upbeat multi-generational service that invites us all to explore who we are as Unitarian Universalists and what we could offer to each other and to the wider world in terms of time, talent and treasure.
To affirm the importance and dignity of every person, the choir with instruments will offer anthems from different traditions and nations. Our good friend Martin Hargrove will be our featured soloist. We will have musicians from the Wilmington String Ensemble, and percussionist Jonathan Whitney. Senegal, France, Hinduism, Japan, America, Judaism, are some of the traditions/nations […]
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