The holiday seasons are many things to many people, a time to be with family for some, but not all of us have families to turn to during this time of celebration. There is a space for you here on Christmas morning to find fellowship … read more.
Join us for our service on Wonder. We will welcome Ariel O’Donnel to our pulpit.
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As the land turns to slumber for the season and the skies turn a wintery gray (though maybe not today!) some of us may begin to experience those symptoms of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). In times of trouble and uncertainty this can be especially true. … read more.
Behind our mother-image, our father-icons, beyond the impenetrable light of divine symbols and the darkness of our questions looms large a great mystery.
A dark uncertainty has often been maligned in our modern, Western societies, but this has not always been so. For Saint Dionysus and … read more.
Today we welcome Eli Rigatuso to our pulpit.
Eli Rigatuso is a Queer TransMasculine Two Spirit of the Menominee Nation.
Few creatures embody transformation as much as those belonging to the order of Lepidoptera; our butterfly and moth friends. Though most have left our gardens by this point in the year, as we explore the paths to change let us peer inside the chrysalis and … read more.
“Give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference”, so goes that old prayer often attributed to theologian Rheinhold Neibuhr, calling us to a deeper peace in the … read more.
Here on the precipice of election day, in a time when the very stuff of democracy is under attack, one has every right to feel very anxious about the future of the United States and our world at large. We Unitarian Universalists have long upheld … read more.
In our culture so in love with dualisms, courage is often thought of as the opposite of fear. Should we feel fear, we may tell ourselves that we are not brave, that courage is not within us, and so we may become that story. What … read more.
Raimon Panikkar, known as “the apostle for interreligious dialogue,” uses a window as a metaphor to help deepen our understanding of “self” and “other.” How can Panikkar’s Window help us reflect on things differently? Join us as we explore this window, the light of our … read more.