Our humanist roots are sourced deep in the Enlightenment. What did happiness, reverence, hope, and reason mean to those who lived and thought in that time? How do they inform Unitarian Universalists today?
Worship weaves together our own thoughts and experiences with music, beauty, poetry, and words that both comfort and challenge. Our programs for all ages inspire us, and awaken us to our capacities to make a difference in our own lives and in the world. “Our faith is not interested in saving your soul. We’re here to help you unfold the awesome soul you already have.” —Andrea Lerner
Sandy relates her childhood experiences in the South having a black housekeeper/childcare woman who became an important part of her life. Younger people do not have the strong memories of Jim Crow days and the changes that have come for both whites and black people … read more.
A culture of meanness is eroding our society. Hostile rhetoric is leading to violent action on the political front, while incidents of road rage, cyberbullying and vulgarity are features of daily life. Can congregations like ours become havens for civility and model respectful communication? Rev. … read more.
Orienteering is the skill of navigating unfamiliar physical terrain with a help of a map and a compass. These days our souls (or psyches) must also navigate increasingly unfamiliar social and spiritual terrain. Which map (or maps) do we use for that? What compass? What landmarks orient us? The … read more.
We will borrow from a style of worship created by an ecumenical monastic community founded in France in 1940 to nurture communion and reconciliation in the face of war. The community and this practice flourishes today around the world. Join us for a quiet time … read more.