As a spiritual community that welcomes all, we focus this morning on contemplative practices and reflection on our home within the universe.
Sharing the abundance in our lives, we celebrate the gifts of community in the annual multigenerational bread ceremony. All are invited to bring a bread — grain-based, gluten-free or paleo – tortillas, challah, muffins, idlis, injera, naan, fry bread – from your family tradition to share with the community. ASL Interpreter here during 2nd Service.
Witnessing the courageous actions of another, whether they feel it is courageous or not, often inspires bravery in ourselves. Given all the issues we are facing right now in the world, we need a major outbreak of courage to spread and infect us all!
A lyrical service featuring poets from UUCP and beyond.
The theology and principles of Unitarian Universalism have often mirrored overall progressive political values in America. What do big shifts in liberal politics mean for our faith?
A look at some faith-based resistance to war, and how we battle within ourselves for peace. Text of Service
Artificial intelligence, genetic modification, and today’s questions about the capability of human creation.
Keen observation informs clear vision and effective action. From arid lands farming to liberation praxis to activism & resistance, the practice of being observant serves as the foundation for it all.
What are the qualities we most seek in our leaders? What leadership do we need for today? In the leadership roles we hold (as parents, at work, in the community, in our families or households) what are the ethical principles that can help us lead in ways that encourage the values of love and justice. … Continued
Relying on highly-trained specialists, Antiques Roadshow allows us to watch as the authentic pieces are separated from the fraudulent or imitation work. The search for what is deemed real and genuine ultimately leads to what is seen as valuable. How has a similar search for authenticity shaped the development of faith and Unitarian Universalism? … Continued