Category Archives: Worship
With deregulation of polluting industries, dismissal of climate science, dismantling of governmental structures of environmental protection, we recommit ourselves as a Green Sanctuary, to the vision and work of sustainability and responsibility to the interdependent web of life.
Sometimes growth is thrust upon us. Some opportunities for growth are eagerly embraced. Some we miss because they are concealed or cryptic. Some we resist, or turn our backs so we needn’t acknowledge their presence.
Come reflect on what or whom you honor on Memorial Day, what this holiday means to us and what it asks of us as Americans.
Have you ever felt powerless and limited in your ability to do more? Of course, at some point in our lives we all have felt this way and unable to meet even our own requirements. Yet, what if we are faced with resisting injustice and faithless policies, what if we have declining health, are advanced […]
When our government bans Muslims, goes after immigrants, normalizes violence against people of color, weakens environmental protection; threatens to defund the United Nations, we hear, “That’s not America.” Who are we and who do we dream of becoming? How do UU principles awaken us to American dreams for a future we help create?
Join us as we explore the role of our personal religious authority in our search for what is true and meaningful in our lives. How might our collective religious community encourage and support this ongoing spiritual journey? How do we then embody our values in a world thirsty for justice?
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?
AN IMBOLC SERVICE Hope is something we all need. Despair is a condition we all confront at one time or another. At the ancient Celtic midwinter holiday of Imbolc, the World is the source of despair and the source of hope.