There is beauty all around us all we need to do is stop and take it all in.
Thomas Moore wrote: “For the soul, then, beauty is not defined by pleasantness of form but rather as the quality of things that invites absorption and contemplation.” This service will explore what beauty means spiritually.
This service considers the meaning of natural and moral beauty, and explores how they can lead to personal and societal transformation.
Revisiting an award-winning sermon by Rev. Dr. Barry M. Andrews that explores the meaning of humanism and its various forms and how we might use it as a means of good and positive change.
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.
Mothers Day was established to celebrate all mothers and mother figures. Yet this day can also be a sad day for many due to a number of complicated factors.
Beltane honors life. It represents the peak of Spring and the beginning of Summer. Come and celebrate the with us. We will dance the Maypole after the second service.
The Latin word “tenebrae” means “darkness” or “shadow.” Join us for a hauntingly beautiful service of music, poetry, silence and darkness as we remember the crucifixion of Jesus and the brokenness of our world. A simple communion will be served.