Join us for this service on Balance.

The Walls We Build Ourselves

A reflection on how, as individuals and as cultures, classes, races and nations we often let ego, fear, tribalism, rules, and routines wall us off from insight, growth, novelty, contact and compassion.  How might we find a better balance between self and society?


Join us for this service on Balance.

The Flame of Her Spirit

The Reverend Olympia Brown, Universalist, was the first woman fully ordained to the ministry in the United States (1863). Her life story is that of a person devoted to what many might consider to be lost causes! Who was this amazing woman and what can we learn from her?

We’re Only Human

It is hard to persevere in life without the gift of forgiveness. What does it mean truly to forgive? And how in the world do we do that – and what is the result?

The Long Haul

Our worship theme this month is Perseverance. What helps us to keep going, especially when times are hard? What does it mean to persevere, especially when we fail? We will look to a particular spiritual practice for guidance!


Join us for this layled service about PERSEVERANCE.

No Time for a Casual Faith

Beginning at 9:00 a.m., we will share in the live worship streaming from our annual General Assembly being held in Kansas City, Missouri. Our UUA President, the Reverend Susan Frederick-Gray will be offering the sermon. It will be a service of singing, story and sustenance for these times!


What does it mean to be a people of blessing? Where and how do we find blessings in our life and what can they mean for us as Unitarian Universalists?