Speaker: Rev. Juniper Meadows

Rev. Juniper Meadows has served as our minister since May 2022.

2U and Article 2: Love Illuminating

“Love is the spirit of this church”…So it is said in so many Unitarian Universalist congregations across the country. This lead-in to the covenant written by the 19th century Unitarian minister James Villa Blake, beloved by so many, invokes the name of Love not as … read more.

The Living Tradition: Article 2 and U

We call ourselves The Living Tradition. What does this mean? And for that matter what does it mean to be a Unitarian Universalist in 2023? We share many things; being covenanted communities, congregational polity, at least 7 principles and 6 sources enshrined within Article 2 … read more.

Janus: At the Doorway to the Center

This Sunday we stand just through the precipice, moving into the new year of 2023 and our theme for the month of January: the Center. Here at 2nd Unitarian we will be exploring the lore behind that old Roman God of beginnings, passageways, endings, and … read more.

A Blue Christmas

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.

A Wonderful World

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.

The Luminous Dark

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.

Ode to a Butterfly

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.