Ministry does not belong to the Minister alone–it belongs to the entire community. Ours is a shared ministry. What does that mean? Why is it something we want to strive for? Why does it matter? This is a special single 90-minute service from 10:30-12:00. The … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Christine Dance
When we think of Martin Luther King, Jr. and racism, we often think of the Civil Rights era. But racism is alive and well in so many corners of our culture. We will celebrate Dr. King and his legacy and the work that still needs … read more.
Other faith traditions take a piece of scripture and analyze it. This morning, we will take a song by popular musician Jason Mraz and search for the relevance to our lives as Unitarian Universalists. Join us for an uplifting morning of music and meaning.
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5:30 PM Children’s Service: “The Gifts We Bring” is a no-rehearsal, non-traditional telling of the Nativity story. People of all ages and all abilities are invited to join. It is fun, participatory (and includes a Pterodactyl, of course!). The service will conclude with singing Silent … read more.
Albert Einstein said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” In this season of awe, advent and wonder, let’s explore how the concept of awe transcends … read more.
For many, the holidays are difficult- especially when our culture says that our families should be perfect and that the season should live up to all of our expectations. We will have reflections and sharing to provide comfort, remembrance and hope for those who find … read more.
Unitarian Universalism is a non-creedal faith, grounded in the history of two different and related traditions – Unitarianism and Universalism. But our faith has taken so many twists and turns through the ages, it is hard to keep up. Who are we and what do … read more.
Join us for our annual Bread Communion. Making, breaking and sharing bread is a key element of Thanksgiving as well as how we build community. If you wish, bring a traditional bread to share from your family tradition.
What’s your name for the universe, God and/or existence? As Unitarian Universalists, we have attachments to some names (Spirit of Life) and baggage with others (O Holy Father). Why do names matter? We’ll talk about the power of names and the role in our lives … read more.
UUCP’s history is fascinating and tells us a lot about the resilience that is in our DNA. Our early UUCP founders were chased out of multiple buildings for their liberal views in a time that has too many corollaries to our own. What can we … read more.