Many of us are mighty fond of saying that “it’s all about the journey,” but more often it seems like we’re in a big rush to get “there” (as if there is such a place). Are we really dedicated to the search? How can we inspire each other to explore?
Throughout our lives we are faced with stress, pain, illness, and a variety of many other challenges as well. And, like it or not, we have to find ways to keep going in whatever way makes sense for us. We’ll look into ourselves this morning for the wisdom of our bodies and our own inner […]
The monthly Soul Matters theme asks, “What does it mean to be a people of balance?” Rev. Roberta will be joined in the pulpit by Rev. Dr. Hope Johnson, who will be leading a workshop after the service. Balance can be a good thing, but it can also be an excuse for maintaining the status […]
Join us for a joyous and high energy celebration of who we are as a community of faith. Guest minister Rev. Rebekah Savage joins Rev. Roberta to preach on the theme of “Shining a Light On our Future.” After worshiping together and making your pledge for the upcoming church year, join us for refreshments. Yes, […]
Rev. Roberta reflects on our monthly theme. As Rev. Scott Tayler writes, “As a people of perseverance, we are being called not just to grit and strong wills, but to gentleness and self-care.”
Last summer Rev. Roberta started a very irregular sermon series based on the work of UU theologian James Luther Adams. Adams named five characteristics that define the core strengths of Unitarian Universalism. The first three sermons, delivered last spring and summer, covered the first three: affirming that revelation is continuous, that all relations need to […]
Please join us for our Vespers series on Wednesday evening from 6:30-7:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary. (Childcare will be available from 6:00-7:15 p.m.) The services will be based on the Taizé style of worship, featuring candlelight, inspirational music, readings and meditation. Come to find peace, silence and fellowship. We will join together in silent […]
Our commercial culture generates waste at an unprecedented level: garbage, certainly, but also wasted resources, plundered landscapes, and lives lost to poverty and violence. How do we live in a way that promotes creation, beauty, and complexity, while countering a culture of waste?
Compositions by Canadian Unitarian Brian Tate will be featured this morning. Brian was the lead workshop leader at last summer’s Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network Conference. Joining the choir will be flute, cello, pianist Linda Henderson and percussionist Jonathan Whitney. Rev. Dr. Richard Speck will be our service leader.
Rev. Roberta concludes her sermon series on the characteristics of our faith which may be holding us back, preventing us from becoming the force for good that we hope to be. And what better way to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda! “What’s that?” Come and find out.
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