Thin spaces are those places where the veil thins between the ordinary and the sacred. Where have you experienced thin space? How do these experiences inform our lives and guide us through uncertainty?
Religious communities can be a refuge for those who need it, but they are also a resource, and places of resilience and redemption. Together we’ll explore what that means for this congregation during these hard times.
Whether it is about money, time, energy, health, relationships, or some other factor of our lives, we may experience scarcity in some areas and we may experience abundance in other areas. How do we find our balance? First Unitarian members, please be sure to attend the Annual Congregational Meeting following the service (at noon on ...
Mother’s Day is a time for celebrating mothers, parents and all caregivers. During this time of global pandemic, we are all called to be caregivers, in myriad ways. We live in a time of thresholds we want to keep and ones we may want to break down. The threshold of keeping ourselves and those we ...
This Sunday we 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.
This week Buddhists recognize the three stages of Buddha’s life: birth, enlightenment, and death. During this time of heightened fear and disruption in our world, what clues does Buddhism offer for living fully?
Albert Camus wrote that hope is not found in a nation or people or individuals; rather it is “awakened, revived, nourished by millions of solitary individuals.” As we navigate this unfamiliar terrain of worldwide pandemic, how might we revive hope for ourselves and others?
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