As Unitarian Universalists we are called to search for our own truth and meaning. Some of us believe in God, many of us do not–and it’s not simply a yes or no question! Bring your open mind and loving heart as we explore religious naturalism, the idea of God as the web of life, and […]
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During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln called our divided country to ‘the better angels of our nature,’ imagining our hearts broken open. In this turbulent time, how may we open our hearts, learn and heal?
As the political and social climate shifts away from liberal religious values, liberal faith communities need to hone their message and strengthen their connections. (Inspired by the 2012 Berry Street Lecture From iChurch to Beloved Community Rev. Fredric J. Muir http://www.uuma.org/mpage/BSE2012 and recent events.) Rev. Renee Ruchotzke has been serving the UUA as Congregational Life […]
Our birthright includes a longing for wholeness: with our deepest wisest self, with one another, and with the Ground of Being. Sometimes that longing feels like a gaping hole within us, and we try to fill it with stuff. Especially in December. Come, turn within, listen to the voice of your own beautiful heart.
Minor Christmas customs of the British Isles give us a hint of how Yule was celebrated in much older days. Join us for a meditative journey to an earlier day, and share with us your stories of the Solstice holidays. All are welcome.
Join us for a UU Lessons and Carols service, ending with “Silent Night” and candle-lighting. Traditional carols, lessons for our lives.
Christmas potluck brunch, Sunday, at 10:30 a.m.
“When faced with Challenges and Seasons of uncertainty, especially as we look for joy, love and peace, how can we stay strong? What becomes that Frontline and base to solidify our Foundations.“
As we honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and brace for a divisive presidential inauguration, we take up William Barber’s call to all America, to ‘bring moral language into the public square for the common good.’ Or in the words of the prophet Micah, ‘to do justice, to love kindness, to walk humbly […]
Rev Chris Long, who currently lives in the Cleveland area, has been invited to share in worship with us as we prepare for what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s 88th birthday, and the upcoming inauguration of President Elect, Donald Trump. With this, let’s explore what Dr. King’s legacy may teach us as […]