Speaker: Rev. Charlie Dieterich
Join us for an Earth Day Celebration via Zoom! We will tell the story of our nation changing from individualism to ecology. You will get an email with the link to join the service on Friday. If you are NOT on our email list … read more.
Democracy transformed the Puritans from a severe, witch-burning faith to one of open possibilities, freedom, and love. Musician: Jackson Froman. Welcome New Members!
Once you realize that God is Love, you see that Beloved Community is possible. The Universalists knew this during the oppressive 1700’s and still know it today. Musician: Jackson Froman. Return Your Pledge Sunday!
If you want to be a painter, then paint. If you want to live a life of joy, be joyous. Mardi Gras revelers know how the art of celebration – in style! Musician: Jackson Froman.
Dr. King worked to create connections in the civil rights movement, and he used prayer to connect with God. What can we, as Unitarian Universalists learn from another time, another tradition and another struggle? Musician: Jackson Froman.
How do we thrive in the long-haul? It is the hidden work of connection that keeps us moving forward. Musician: Jackson Froman.
As we celebrate the birth of a child, we celebrate life itself. Start your holiday with community. We will sing and listen and share sweets, with anthems and readings. Stay for the reception.
What darkness needs more light as the starwheel turns to wintertime? Many cultures have found ways to celebrate, and how will you brighten lives during the dark time? Musician: Jackson Froman.
Don Miguel Ruiz wrote a fascinating book about how we learn and interact. Our service will consider one aspect of this ancient Toltec wisdom. Musician: Jackson Froman.