Speaker: Rev. Cyndi Simpson

Let the Children March

Today in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr, we will learn about the Children’s Crusade of 1963, which changed the course of the Civil Rights movement. What are children doing today that is changing the world? What can YOU do?


Today we begin a New Year together by welcoming our New Director of Religious Education and our New Members! Let us begin with Integrity in all ways, as we mean to go forward in this beloved religious community.

The Promise and the Practice

What would our worship service look like if centered entirely around the voices and the experiences of Black Unitarian Universalists? What truths might we hear? How might Black UU leaders teach us to be better accomplices, better siblings in faith, and even better citizens in … read more.

Your Soul’s Address

Giving ourselves caring and good attention is necessary for our own souls. This attention is the basis of our care for all other beings.


It may be that what we pay attention to is more important to our happiness than fame or fortune, beauty or brains, fate or coincidence. What do we pay attention to? And what do we pay attention to together?

Beloved Dead

Again we will share a remembrance of our beloved dead. Please bring pictures or mementoes of your beloveds – family, friends, creatures. We will build an altar, hear a story and re-connect with those who have gone before.

Promises of Belonging

As Unitarian Universalists, we are, religiously, a people of Covenant. It is our Covenants that hold us together and create the central purpose of our lives in religious community.