What is the Unitarian Universalist understanding of this most basic of religious practices? Rev. Roberta will take inspiration from Reinhold Niebuhr’s well known phrase, “No virtuous act is quite as virtuous from the stand point of our friend or foes as from our own; therefore we are saved by the final form of love which
Join us as we gather to celebrate the start of a new church year. This multi-generational service features the music of African drummers, led by Brother Ebo, and our annual Water Communion. Please bring some water from your summer experiences to pour into the communal bowl as we reconstitute our always changing liberal religious community.
On our annual Labor Day week-end All Music Sunday we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth (8/25/1918) of the brilliant American conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein. Though he was not a Unitarian Universalist, he certainly seemed to believe in and practice our Seven Principles. Through his music and his writings, we will explore Bernstein’s
This morning Kat will be sharing Hegel’s idea of what God is and how we can use this idea to become a more accepting, open-minded community. Kat Geist is a student at Mount Pleasant High School and an avid philosophy nerd. She is excited to be joining the Worship Associates for the coming year.
Join Ed for an examination of the issues that surround this omnipresent concept that’s called God. Although a relatively new member, Ed is active in FIG (formerly known as the Financial Interest Group), as well as serving as a Worship Associate and our head usher.
Rev. Andrew recently returned from a 2 week walking pilgrimage through Transylvania, the heartland of our free faith. Let us remind ourselves of those who came before us to ensure our right to worship and believe as we determine true. And let us be in solidarity with those who continue to labor for their right
The world is sometimes so intense we could cry. All the issues can wear us down if we let them. Or we can look at the lighter side of life for some relief from the travails of the world. I’ll explore the use of humor in religious life this Sunday. There might be a few
This is the second of two sermons on Edris Harrell’s experiences on the Camino de Santiago. In walking every day for five weeks, carrying everything needed on one’s back, many lessons are learned. Lessons about a person’s fears, about status and appearance, about the real gifts a person can give, and the importance of health,
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