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.
On this Father’s Day, our service will highlight some of the historical influences of three preeminent voices in Unitarian Universalism – Emerson, Channing, and Parker. How does their thinking continue to influence our faith today? Pictures of fathers that are submitted by June 11, will be assembled into a PowerPoint to be used during the … Continued
Speakers: Rev. Beth Marshall and the 2017 Coming of Age Class Today’s service weaves together two uniquely Unitarian Universalist elements: Coming of Age and the Flower Communion. The Coming of Age celebration honors the work our youth have this year and gives the congregation an opportunity to hear their personal statements of faith. Ninety-five years … Continued
Speaker: Rev. Beth Marshall In a season marked by rebirth in many forms, this morning’s service will explore the familiar and primitive pull toward reinvention, rebirth and a new beginning . Musician: Jackson Froman.
Worship Associate: Michele Rupp Join us as we “cut the year loose” New Orleans style! It’s a time to cry and a time to laugh, a time to grieve and a time to dance. We’ll make a joyful noise, and parade around as part of the “second line” in a rousing adieu to the old, and … Continued
Please join us for a lovely celebration featuring our choir and musical ensembles. Coordinated by Lynne Stephens and Janet Krack. All ages are welcomed! There will be no separate RE or nursery programming for this service.
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. Children are asked to arrive at the UU by 9:40am so they can … Continued