As we wrap up our annual Stewardship Campaign, let’s celebrate and imagine what it would mean to live into our vision of becoming a Spiritual Community for our Time! Music includes the choir, drums and the Dissidents and Ukes too!
The language of our covenant hearkens back to the late 1800s, as both Unitarians and Universalists kept moving further away from explicitly Christian beliefs and tried to open up to the growing humanist values and principles. We will explore the history of this development, and … read more.
Service requires us to give of ourselves, sometimes to make sacrifices. This can lead to exhaustion and despair. How do we know what is ours to give? And how do we tend to our own health so that we may be of service in ways … read more.
“Service is our prayer” are words we say every week as a part of our covenant. There is value in service, but in the work of justice seeking, service is only one piece of the work we must do.