Let us give thanks for the idea of America – land of the free, home of the brave. And at the same time, let us remember that America has never yet quite been America for everyone. On the eve of Memorial Day, as we honor … read more.
In the 1920s, Rev. Norbert Capek led the first flower communion as a uniquely Unitarian celebration. We celebrate our shared community and thank our teachers in ritual fashion. Bring a flower from your life– your home, or a neighbor, and share it with the … read more.
From spring cleaning to visiting a parent’s grave, we each have our rituals – daily, yearly or once in a life time. We will explore the relationship between bucket lists and spiritual formation. Jackson plays
“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.