This morning’s service draws upon lesser-known holiday stories that touch the heart and speak to the transforming power of love and compassion, which are key elements in any message of the holiday season. Musician: Jackson Froman.
This is a multi-generational service prepared and directed by our Religious Education School Age program. Chalica is a holiday celebrated by Unitarian Universalists during the month of December. Each of our Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism is celebrated and a candle lit. Please come and celebrate our Principles and Sources with us on this holiday … Continued
A video sermon by Rev. Angela Herrera, First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, NM Is abundance only defined as having as much of something as you could possibly want? Do we have a myth about scarcity? Leigh Kostis, Service Coordinator. Musician: Jackson Froman
Our elders have within them an abundance of wisdom and power to share with the community. This morning’s service celebrates that wisdom, and includes a special “One-time Only Women’s Choir” singing Holly Near’s “ One Thousand Grandmothers.” During this service, we will also share bread, symbolizing the abundance of our community. Please feel free to … Continued
There is an old saying that goes something like: “The butterfly counts not days, but moments, and has time enough.” Those lines call us to search out and cherish today’s blessings. This morning’s service will celebrate those blessings – large and small. Musician: Jackson Froman.
In a world with an abundance of vastly different people, U.U. Christians walk the middle road. Part heretic, part Christian, – they are a unique blend of believers who separate the wheat from the chaff, and live in harmony with those of differing faiths. Musicians: James Pearson, Lin Lang Su, Hannah Olenrewaju
Dr. DeSanctis will weave together the subjects of artistic expression and heresy. Musician: Jackson Froman
Two ancient, early Christian, obscure heresies are on different ends of a spectrum, Arianism and Docetism. Well, perhaps they are not entirely ancient, not uniquely Christian and not entirely irrelevant to spiritual living today. Musician: Jackson Froman
While our history is in part, defined by those who held beliefs which run contrary to the mainstream, our present is also defined by those willing to articulate their faith in new ways. While we may occasionally misstep, modern voices are moving us toward a more inclusive, expansive faith. Musician: Jackson Froman and UUCE Choir
There is something about being called a heretic that helps crystalize one’s faith. What happens when the term is worn as a badge of honor, rather than an insult? Musician: Candace Williams, French Horn