Join us this Sunday as we explore the spiritual aspects of Cultivating Relationships.
Speaker: Rev. Mary Moore
Rev. Mary Moore has served as our minister since December 2020. To view a list of Rev. Moore’s sermon videos, click here.
On this Sunday following Indigenous Peoples Day, we’ll explore some ways in which some indigenous peoples acknowledge and cultivate relationships with people, other living things, the natural world and their past and future.
On this Sunday, we will be focusing upon how relationships don’t just “happen.” One needs to reach out and intentionally support and nurture them. For, as theologian Martin Buber once put it, “When two people relate to each other authentically and humanly, God is the electricity … read more.
On this Sunday, we will be following our monthly Soul Matters theme, “Exploring Possibility” and taking a look at how we might engage in such exploration in our own lives and in the congregation, where people can be a part of making a difference in … read more.
It’s sure been a remarkable year for our country — fire on the West Coast, floods in the South and Northeast, dire reminders of climate change. There was fire and destruction at this time 20 years ago, on 9/11. Yet through it all, those in the Jewish … read more.
Heraclitus the Greek philosopher said, “No person ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and they are not the same person.” The past of our memory is not a place to which we can return, for we have learned … read more.
On this Sunday, when our monthly theme is “Nostalgia”, we will examine how sometimes we might yearn for the return of a time when the world perhaps seemed more simple and words and actions did not seem to be questioned as much.
We’ll also take a … read more.
“Many Unitarian Universalist adults have a need to reckon with their religious upbringings and integrate them into their current religious lives. Thus may they gain spiritual growth, moving toward a place of wholeness, self-understanding and personal peace.” This is UU minister Rev. Sarah Gibb’s belief.
We’ll … read more.
This has been a favorite service in several other congregations in which Rev. Mary has served as minister. They are becoming a tradition in many UU congregations.
Some 2U people have submitted questions about theology, church history or polity, ethics, UUism in general, etc. During the … read more.
Nature and the natural world engender a spirit of celebration in us — harking back to our 19th century Unitarian Transcendentalist forebears!
On this Sunday at 2U, we will continue to focus on this month’s theme of Celebration as we (including our 2U young people) lift … read more.