Near the end of our week-long youth camps at DeBenneville Pines, the campers stay up all night and create “Top Ten” lists that capture the highlights from the week, some serious but mostly comical. For his final sermon, Emrys will offer his own Top Ten … read more.
What are the impacts of being in a “never give up” society? A look at the ways we internalize the expectation and glorification of perseverance.
UUCP is shifting our typical Sunday services and encouraging a multi-gen presence at this year’s Women’s March. A multi-faith, women-led service will be held at 8:30 AM at First Church UCC, followed by carpooling to the march. Emrys, Benjie and Katie will be present at … read more.
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 … read more.
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.
Artificial intelligence, genetic modification, and today’s questions about the capability of human creation.