In a society where trust has been violated, you can’t simply say “oops!” How do we go forward, building trust in our institutions and each other? Come, hear the choir sing! Make sandwiches after the service!
We plan for emergencies. We worry about what might happen. But how does that fear change our behavior? Beloved Community is here before us, but we do not see it. Sometimes a ceramic tile holds the secret of love.
! Service will be in Girard at … read more.
Erie Art Museum Curator Susan Barnett and Education Director Kelly Armor present a lively dialog on how visual artists and musicians have bravely stood up to all manner of oppressive regimes. Be inspired at how the pen, brush, and guitar, and voice have proved mightier … read more.
The array of human genes selected thousands of years ago enabled our ancestral clans to survive alongside wooly mammoths and giant cave bears. Are we adapted for a global society and technological threats? Musicians: James Pearson and Hannah Olanrewaju.
In Fr. Gregory Boyle’s new book, Barking to the Choir, he invites us to “find kinship with one another and reconvinces us all of our own goodness.”
We will recognize our Religious Education teachers this morning.
Musician: Jackson Froman.
This morning’s sermon was purchased by Bob Guthrie at the Service Auction and will wrestle with the question of how we define a life. If we create a life form, such as artificial intelligence, does it have inherent worth and dignity as do humans? Is … read more.
This Sunday we launch the annual pledge campaign with songs and stories. The service will focus our attention on how it is that we can put our faith into action, through support of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie.
Musician: Jackson Froman.
This morning’s service delves into the history of Mardi Gras and how those same influences can be seen as a means to make the season of Lent meaningful to modern Unitarian Universalists. Laissez le bon temps roulez!
Musician: Jackson Froman. … read more.
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. … read more.
The Adult Education Committee and community members have been studying Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindess. In addition, three smaller groups are working to decrease the impact of mass incarceration locally and are eager to share their … read more.