Our search for truth and meaning opens the doors of faith and science, exploring the depths of miracle and mystery in the world. This regenerative time of Easter draws us into the search for our connection to the ultimate Unknown, the alpha and omega, the … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall
Universalist Angus MacLean tells of understanding changes in the weather by turning until the wind was singing in both his ears. As we await the emerging future, how do we engage the adventure of the unknown and prepare for the new; how we listen for … read more.
On this Commitment Sunday, planning for our financial investment in this congregation, we consider – how do we live into the mission of sharing journeys, growing in spirit, advancing justice? The commitment of every member of this community makes possible the unfolding future we create … read more.
Why am I a Unitarian Universalist, and how does that identity shape my life? What does it mean to live into a faith that is founded on covenantal relationship and commitment to community? How do I create new possibility? As we open these deep questions, … read more.
As the northern hemisphere turns the corner into spring, all are invited to bring a flower to share for Flower Communion. Growing our garden of community, we consider the commitment to covenantal relationship, and all the ways our covenant shapes the hopes, dreams, choices and … read more.
Together we create beloved community, founded upon the connections we share, the covenants to which we commit, all the ways we lead and participate to co-create more than any one of can achieve alone. As we dedicate children into this faith community, we consider anew … read more.
How do we live out our covenant of commitment to ourselves as members of the UUCP community and congregation, respect the shared ministry of each congregant, staff member and minister? We commit to each other to see differences as opportunities for growth, to assert our … read more.
Each year, Unitarian Universalists gather at “GA” to connect, to learn, and to engage in the democratic processes that govern our faith movement. We will hear from those who have attended GA in recent years, and learn how everyone can be part of the adventure! … read more.
Robert Frost said, “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” Join us for a lyrical language experience, as UUCP poets share their work, and poetry lovers share beloved poems.
5:30 pm Family Service and non-traditional Nativity Play
Service Leaders: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Anthony Johnson, Children’s Ministry Team
6:30-7:30 pm Cookies and Cider Fellowship Hour – please bring cookies to share
7:30 pm Lessons and Carols
Service Leaders: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Anthony … read more.