What is ‘worship’? When we worship, in what are we engaged and what happens to us? As a start to our monthly theme, Cyndi will unpack the meaning of worship – and you might be happily surprised!
We will celebrate Earth Day in story, song and word! How can we be active in protecting our planet, as we are called to do by our First and Seventh UU Principles?
This service is composed entirely of elements by Unitarian Universalist people of color. We will approach white supremacy in our faith through heart-centered and soul-deep worship. Come be uplifted and inspired by the words and vision of our sibling UUs! May we heed their call!
Members of 2U’s Writing for Spiritual Growth group will speak on a diverse range of physical structures that have inspired them.
Jesus’ violent death is widely understood as a sacrifice for humanity. Yet there always have been Christians who do not accept this doctrine, who believe in a nonviolent atonement. How can this be understood as healing and affirmative for Unitarian Universalists? Come hear a healing Easter message of Jesus’ purpose!
Please join the Worship Committee for this service where we will discuss Welcome.
What’s in a name? Or more specifically, a personal pronoun? How we refer to ourselves and each other is critical to our sense of being welcomed, of being known as we wish to be known. Yes, there is a spiritual practice here!
Our UU Third Principle calls us to mutual acceptance and encouragement of spiritual growth. A trip to India where she experienced a vital religious pluralism taught Cyndi how we can be engaged in one another’s spiritual lives more intentionally.
What does it mean to be a People of Welcome? Is there a spiritual practice at the core of welcoming? It begins with how we share ourselves and how we care for one another within and beyond this Beloved Religious Community.