Join us for our annual UUCE Independence Day, Our Way celebration. We have new music, new poetry, new faces in an exciting Zoom service with lots to see and hear.
Speaker: Dr. Regis T. Sabol
In keeping with our December theme, members of the congregation will share expressions of hope.
Musicians: James Pearson, Hannah Olanrewaju, Pat Lorei, Janet Krack. Potluck lunch after the service.
“I think; therefore I am.” With that one idea, Rene Descartes ignited an “Age of Enlightenment” that gave rise to modern science, the Industrial Revolution, and modern democracy, and nurtured the liberal religious perspectives we call Unitarianism and Universalism. Join us as we venture through … read more.
We will explore the intrinsic value in and inherent necessity of the first of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms.” to Democracy. We will also offer a Labor Day salute to America’s working men and women. Musician: Jackson Froman.
Join us as we celebrate in poetry and song the “self-evident” truths of the “right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” enshrined in the Declaration of Independence, and inspire one another to keep the times changing to achieve the “more perfect union” envisioned … read more.
Guest speaker Dr. Regis T. Sabol. America is a nation of immigrants. The Statue of Liberty declares, Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free. As political demagogues inflame the xeno-phobic fires of hatred, fear and mistrust, Regis explores … read more.