In the Zen tradition, there’s a saying that Zen mind is a beginner’s mind. Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Roshi said, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.” As we take on our monthly theme of new beginnings, let’s … read more.
Topic: Letting Go & Possibility
Through storytelling, song, and obituary this service will grieve the women we have disappeared. As a community learning intersectionality, we find that naming and examining all of our aspects is hard, heartbreaking work. We look to our foremothers to remind us that it is the … read more.
Our Living Tradition is sustained by “Wisdom from the world’s religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.” Join Arpit Davé in a brief exploration of the Sanatana Dharma tradition, known more commonly as “Hinduism.” We will seek modern truths in the ancient … read more.
The musical trio “ReSisters” brings you stories and songs about the lives of women: the struggles and the power.
A lyrical service featuring poets from UUCP and beyond.
Richard Rohr, contemplative Franciscan friar, says that “all great spirituality is about letting go.” We will explore the concept of “letting go,” which is a strong component of Eastern and 12-Step spiritualities. We start “letting go” at birth when we leave the womb, and it … read more.
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?
Sky Williams, aka Celeste Allen, grew up here at UUCP. Next fall they will begin studying at Starr King School for the Ministry, a UU school for ministers. Before leaving, they want to honor this congregation and everyone who taught them about being a Unitarian … read more.
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.