Unitarian Universalists have long celebrated Easter without believing in the resurrection. How do we find meaning in this story without the critical ending? Music from the UUCP choir.
The Flower Communion is a traditional Unitarian Universalist celebration of life, equality and freedom. Everyone is invited to bring a flower to this service. Celebrate Spring in the desert, UU history and a compelling vision of Unitarian Universalism today.
How do we help create the conditions for hope? In the realm of social justice, there are concrete proposals for how things need to change, but these are often held up because of a desire to hold onto certain things the way they are. Challenging … read more.
Elizabeth Alexander is one of Unitarian Universalism’s most performed and well-known contemporary composers. After meeting and rehearsing with Ms. Alexander in January, we present a service of her music which illustrates many aspects of our faith.