We Unitarian Universalists “covenant to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person” and “justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.” There are many undocumented people in our country who are feeling very afraid. How can we practice our values in a country where patriotism seems to have brought about extreme nationalism […]
Rev. Paula Maiorano “Arrangiarsi: The Art of Making Do” Arrangiarsi is an Italian word for the art of making do or making something out of nothing. The practice of this art is fun in a multiplicity of ways that are very freeing and bring more spirit to one’s life. Rev Paula Maiorano is a Member of […]
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein The second sermon in a series on the core values and principles of our UU faith as articulated by theologian James Luther Adams. This week we explore what it means to choose membership in a completely voluntary association.
The ministry theme for the month of June is Joy. It has been a long, hard year for many of us. How do we find joy in our everyday lives, in the world around us, and maybe even in the news?
This Sunday we will celebrate the 2nd and 3rd grade Age of Reason rite of passage. The Age of Reason graduates will present their first credo statements to the congregation. This worship service is the culmination of the rite of passage process – weaving together child, parents and congregation. Please join us after the service […]
In this month when we have celebrated our bodies, we also must contend with the ways our bodies are devalued. War and racial violence are two ways that the theme of embodiment challenges us.
On this day 25 years ago, Rev. Roberta was ordained to the Unitarian Universalist ministry. In this service she will look back on the various congregations she has served and what they have taught her about her calling.
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein and Catherine Williamson, our Director of Religious Exploration, will lead this multi-generational service on the monthly theme of embodiment, using movement to experience spirituality. The service includes a Child Dedication, and a Bridging Ritual for our high school seniors.
We will join UU’s around the country who are gathering on this day to consider how white privilege and white supremacy affect our congregations and our Association. After a brief multi-generational worship service we will break into several groups for teach-in style workshops. The program will be inclusive of children, youth and adults.
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