As we go through difficult times and head into a busy season, let's remember that our ancestors (however we define them) have drawn from deep wells, and that we can tap into that resilience.
Help weave the vibrant tapestry of UU Identity. Join coming of age youth participants in sharing personal narratives, stories, and traditions. Together we'll discover surprising familiarity within UU history and our congregational culture.
In the first of our series around our new UU Values, we will explore the one that is in the center: LOVE. Why is it in the center, what does that mean for us, and how is that a critical part of deepening our beliefs as UUs.
We will give you a perspective on Veterans Day from someone who has served in the Army for the last 21 years and a family member of someone who serves.
The news from the Middle East is devastating and many Unitarian Universalists are torn on how to react, except with horror and despair. With the context of her trip to the Holy Land last year, Rev. Christine will share some thoughts as we share our grief. We will also welcome our new members during this service.
In many different traditions, this is the season of remembering those who have died. Bring photos and names of your ancestors and beloveds for us to remember them and recognize why the remembering is important.