Nourishing and being nourished is part of our life in community, a source of renewal for our minds, bodies and spirits. Nourishing each other in mutuality supports our mission to welcome all, building religious community as we are called to share journeys, grow in spirit, … read more.
Rev. Margret A. O’Neall
Where have we come from, what are we becoming, where are we going? In the past months we have journeyed through the first phase of this transitional time, honoring the past, looking forward to adventures ahead. How do we stay open to possibility as the … read more.
What are the discoveries, the complexities, the challenges of living in time? We are shaped by the times in which we live, even as we shape them in our living, and if we are paying attention, we soon learn there are no easy answers. May … read more.
The Flower Communion celebrates our common unity in all our beauty and diversity, the love that holds us in active covenant, and our bright presence in the world. Today we also bridge our youth into their adult UU identity. Please bring a flower to share … read more.
The powerful vision of this congregation inspires and challenges us, calling us to imagine new ways of thinking, doing, being in the world. We rise to the challenge of moving beyond the familiar to create new possibility, a new reality we can barely imagine, our … read more.
Ministry is the act of putting into action our programs, desires and commitments — an act of leadership and service to a higher good. As this congregation elects the Ministerial Search Committee, we consider, what is the ministry to which we are called, and to … read more.
Since 1946, Unitarian Universalists have congregated here, seeking community, working to create a better world. From those days of things remembered the promise has emerged, growing in power and presence, a beacon that shines with hope. How do we build on our heritage to live … read more.
Martin Buber famously declared that we human beings are the “promise-making, promise-keeping, promise-breaking, promise-renewing” animal. What are the promises we make to each other in this community of faith, and how do we balance and integrate the promises of the past and an emerging future?
Thriving faith communities offer a balance of connection and commitment that both sustains our lives and offers opportunities to serve. On this Connection Sunday, we celebrate those who lead and serve, and explore the love that binds us into creative and sustaining community.