Join Rev. Roberta for her last Sunday in our pulpit. She will share her fondest memories of her four years with us, and her fondest hopes for our future, and hers. Make sure you come to church, it will be Roberta’s last Sunday preaching as our Developmental Minister. There will be special music, and a time ...
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein will use a poem by Emily Dickinson to examine the place of beauty in our lives.
Rev. Roberta will be joined in the pulpit by our newest sponsored seminarian, Latifah Griffin. Together they will reflect on the nature of ministry, church, and our Soul Matters theme for the month of June: Beauty.
The purpose of the liberal church is transformation of the mind and spirit. On this Memorial Day week-end we reflect on what it means to allow our understanding of history, legacy, and heritage to evolve and be transformed.
One of the questions submitted earlier this year for the Question Box service was, “What is the meaning of life?” No doubt meant to be tongue in cheek, this question will be the basis for approaching the Soul Matters theme for May: Curiosity. We will also honor Mother’s Day and we will hold our annual ...
Special music at 10:15 a.m. – A Recital by Linda Henderson and Scott Ward followed by the worship service at 10:30 a.m. Celebrating Spiritual Renewal through Music – “Easter in Music (lots) and Words (just a few)” featuring the Music of Franz Schubert. Scott Ward, guest musicians, guest soloists and choir will feature the music of ...
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein and Catherine Williamson lead our monthly all-ages worship service on the Soul Matters theme of the month: What does it mean to be a people of “Wholeness?” We will explore various times in Unitarian Universalist history when we have widened our circle to be more inclusive and welcoming.
We join other Unitarian Universalist congregations around the country in celebrating Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s (UUSC) Justice Sunday. Whether with grassroots partners or Unitarian Universalists across the country, collaboration is at the heart of UUSC’s programs to advance human rights worldwide. This Justice Sunday, we reflect on the power of deep partnership and relationship-building.
For many Unitarian Universalists, Mary Oliver, who died last month, was ‘our bard’. Her poetry invites us to explore the natural world, relationships, life and death as beloved teachers.
Using story, song and guided experiential meditation we will experience the three stages of a labyrinth walk: emptying, illumination, and returning.
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