Our lead minister, Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray was just elected president of the Unitarian Universalist Association, and Sunday morning is her last Sunday in service before moving to Boston. Please join us to bid her farewell, and to reflect on highlights from her nine years at … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray
This will be the last service before the UUA Presidential election at General Assembly in New Orleans. Together, with leadership from the Board and staff, we’ll take time to mark the big week Rev. Susan and all of us are entering. We’ll send Rev. Susan … read more.
In the spirit of ambiguity, Rev. Susan will share some final wisdom, which, of course, may not be either final, nor all that wise.
Uncertainty, ambiguity, multiple truths – these could all be recipes for inaction and stagnation. However, this is the last thing we need right now. How can we as a people and as individuals find clarity and momentum for action, even in the midst of uncertainty?
This Sunday, honoring the activist roots of Mother’s Day, our congregation is answering a call from Black Lives of UU to make our worship a teach-in on the culture of white supremacy. This will be a unique service which includes time together and opportunities for … read more.
Come celebrate and be a part of the Combined Stewardship and Capital Campaign! Listen as we share testimonies of the difference this congregation makes, in our dreams for our future and a very special telling of one of Rev. Susan’s all time favorite stories (especially … read more.
Self-care, tending to the body, the soul and the spirit, is crucial in moments of challenge, tension, and fear. Even as we talk about justice and resistance, it is important that we tend to our spirits, our souls, that we nurture the goodness and fire … read more.
Calling is a word I use a lot at UUCP. It is a word that has meaning in my own life and path. We use the word calling in our mission statement and when we talk about our vision. What does calling mean, and how … read more.
Now more than ever, we are committed to making our congregation as strong as it can be to amplify our values and vision of justice, diversity and inclusion. Now more than ever, we need to invest in making our vision and values reality. This service … read more.
Much theological work has been done to reveal the necessary connection of love and justice. What does this work offer to us as a community seeking to live at the intersection of love and justice?