Stay safe! But if you’re able to join us, please do for “From Non-Violence to the March on Washington”. Martin Luther King Jr. was inspired by a gay Quaker who was either invisible or hated by white society. Rustin was organizer, activist and philosopher from … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Charlie Dieterich
Dr. Howard Thurman reset the meaning of Christmas in his litany of work from healing, to celebration. How do we start anew on a journey of joy and hope?
Musician: Jackson Froman.
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Christmas comes once a year and it seems everyone is celebrating. How have Unitarians and Universalists contributed to the general festivities? Our choir sings carols and songs of joy. Musician: Jackson Froman.
In which Gospel does Jesus celebrate Hanukkah? What is the significance of this minor Jewish holiday and why is it important today? Musician: Jackson Froman.
We gather together in joyous thanksgiving each year. Or we take time to reflect on those who were left out of Massasoit’s first feast. How can we celebrate mindfully? Come hear the choir and help make sandwiches Speaker: Rev. Charlie. Musician: Jackson Froman.
The election is over. The war is over. One hundred years ago, the War To End All Wars ended with the Armistice. How do we lament? How do we share our bounty? How do we build a community when some are suffering?
Speaker: Rev. Charlie. … read more.
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.
Today is the first day of our children’s Religious Education program, and we celebrate our Unitarian Universalist principle of search for truth and how freedom of speech fosters free inquiry. Our teachers will have their hands blessed for the shared work of religious exploration and … read more.
We begin the year with a homecoming service for all ages. All are invited to bring a few drops of water from their summer to add to a communal bowl. Combined they symbolize our shared efforts. This Unitarian Universalist ritual is a bit different each … read more.