Reflections on the piece “Binoculars and Beauty” By Reverend Joe Cleveland. This sermon explores the meaning of beauty, how we find it, and how we might frame beauty as a spiritual practice.
This sermon explores the meaning of Memorial Day, service, and how Unitarian Universalists might make sense of the military and national defense. Readings: “The Unknown Loyal Dead” by Frederick Douglass, 1871.
Remembrance for Frances Dovydaitis
During this Sunday’s service, we will include a short remembrance … read more.
During this service of poetry and reflection, Rev. Harper will read selections from his published collection of poetry and offer perspectives that invite you go deeper into the work.
Readings: Selected poems from Psalms 151–300 by Charles H. Harper.
Both services will feature three couples discussing their understanding of Valentine’s Day and sharing from their relationship.
What does gratitude mean in the context of spirituality. We will also recognize and show gratitude for our veterans. Rev. Xolani is on study leave.
The sermon will offer a glimpse of our newly settled minister. He will tell some stories from his life and invite you to guess which ones are true or not.
Different generations of girls have been taught “their place,” but a new generation of girls believes their place is anywhere they want it to be. This service will explore how much we have gained and how much we could loose through the eyes of three … read more.
Our Seventh Principle enjoins us to respect the interdependent web of existence, of which we are a part. Summer is perhaps a traditional time for reaffirming this. One way of reconnecting is to go camping, and we will share some of the feelings that experience … read more.
This summer, whether or not this year’s ministerial search results in a candidacy, you’ll be facing a ministerial transition. That makes April a good time to consider the nature of ordained leadership in our free faith, and how it connects with the leadership and ministry … read more.
Looking back on her almost five years as the church’s Develomental Minister, Rev. Sue will share her reflections on the work we’ve done together since 2013, and some thoughts for possible initiatives in the future. This sermon will form part of her Annual Report to … read more.