Worship

Creatures of Momentum

Momentum is more than the efforts of starting, stopping, and restarting. Our lives are made up of patterns; the regular and the irregular schedules. Consider some shifted perspectives to take a look at the routines found in days, months, selves, and faiths.

Reconnecting with Nature

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.

The Declaration of Dependence

America places a high priority on independence, which helped push many people to amazing achievements, fame, and fortune. Unfortunately, we sacrificed some of our sense of community and the bonds that held us together and encouraged us to work together and succeed together. Let’s celebrate … read more.

Midsummer

Midsummer also known as Summer Sostice or Litha, is a celebration of the sun. It is the longest day of the year and we celebrate the sun’s full power. We will celebrate the light we all have in us and that we see in each … read more.

Flower Communion

The Flower Communion, created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, is an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. In this ceremony, everyone in the congregation brings a flower. Each person places a flower in a shared vase. The congregation and … read more.

The Dance of Caring

Simple acts of caring make the world a better place.  But caring isn’t always simple – sometimes it’s a balancing act between nurturing and boundary setting, between loving and letting go.  Mother’s Day seems a good day to explore this “dance of caring,” which parents … read more.