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Category Archives: Previous Services
“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 […]
How did liberals get so out of touch with millions of Americans? By using the rational mind for problems and yearnings of the heart. Explore how we may live and lead with our hearts, for a healthy democracy and a healthy life.
Have you ever allowed yourself to question why you should or shouldn’t do something and simply done what you are urged to do? Some of us wrestle with the “shoul’s” and “should not’s” that fill our lives. What happens if I break that rule? What happens if I follow my own drum beat? What if […]
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 […]
Are we willing to open our minds and hearts to people who may not think like us? What does it look like, what does it feel like? How do we do it? Explore this habit of the Heart For Democracy.
In the spirit of communal celebration and connection we all seek to share, the Bread Service will be joyful, thoughtful, and generous. Through music, poetry, readings, and song we will embrace our commonalities and seek to put aside conflict for a time.
Finding Your Voice – Respect and compassion for others starts by respecting yourself, feeling compassion for yourself. A vibrant democracy needs citizens who say what they need, and share what they yearn for.