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 […]
With interfaith clergy from our community. First U is pleased to be hosting this service of gratitude. The service will include words and music from clergy and musicians of diverse religious traditions, and first hand stories of gratitude from patients, staff, and volunteers from Planned Parenthood of Delaware. Child care will be provided. A reception will […]
With Lee Reinert, Work that Reconnects Facilitator. If you need somewhere to be on Inauguration Day, the sanctuary will open at 1 p.m. for silent reflection. At 1:30, trained facilitator Lee Reinert will lead us in The Spiral of the Work that Reconnects. Based on the work of Buddhist activist Joanna Macy, the Spiral invites us […]
Members and Friends of all ages are invited to gather in the Parish Hall at 6:30 for a simple soup supper, followed by a ceremony reaffirming our identity as Unitarian Universalists. We will take OUR oath of office: covenanting to affirm and promote the 7 Principles. Then we will have the option of moving from […]
Marie Oakberg, Worship Associate. We honor the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by examining his words and teachings to discern his real message. Over the years since his assassination, his boldest and most challenging work has often been glossed over in favor of a sanitized version of his dream. This year, more than […]
Tracy Spinka-Doms, Worship Associate. Begin your New Year’s Day by participating in our annual Coffin and Cradle ritual. Bring with you an object that represents that which you would like to surrender in the New Year. You will place them in the coffin. Bring with you an object that represents something you would like to give […]
Join us for a holiday breakfast of potato pancakes. We will eat together and sing together. Since this is both Christmas Day and the first night of Hanukkah, the music will come from both traditions. Rev. Roberta will tell the Hanukkah story with a little help from the rest of us.
First maximum dynamic:
Second maximum: 41
Current page: 7