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Climate Spirit

Purpose: process climate grief so you can face reality & do what is yours to do

• Ages high school & older
• All genders & sexual orientations warmly welcome
• Non-activists, wanna-be activists, & activists alike
• Any religious/spiritual affiliation or none at all

Philosophical/Theological … read more.

The Thanksgiving Visitor

Capote’s 1932 childhood memory of one Thanksgiving in rural Alabama, “The Thanksgiving Visitor” explores themes of bullying, reconciliation, revenge, and what it means to forgive. The dramatic reading will be presented by TUS members Bob Haug, Harriet Lindblom, and others with music provided by our … read more.

Moody Cow Meditates – How ‘Bout You?

A multi-generational exploration of meditation and our complicated relationship with strong emotions –  anger,  grief,  discomfort, confusion, loneliness.  No mediation experience needed; an open heart and a curious mind welcome.  If you have a complicated Thanksgiving celebration in your near future, perhaps this service might … read more.

Little People Living Out Big Love

Two hundred years ago, ordinary people brought an end to an infamous slave ring and a new law was passed in NJ ending the slave of enslaved people from this state to other states.  On the eve of Election Day, we’ll explore how change happens … read more.

Seeking Safety in an Unsafe World

The world seems to be getting scarier and more violent as time passes. What can we do, as a Unitarian Universalist congregation and as people of conscience and faith, to grow not only our own safety, but peace in the wider world? Connection, connection, connection. … read more.

Answering the Call of Love

This month’s theme is sanctuary, so let’s explore our sanctuary – the room where we hold our Sunday services, this unique building, the wooded oasis in the middle of Suburbia. For whom is this sanctuary? For whom else could it be? How do we let … read more.

Islands of Sanity

Climate chaos? The erosion of democracy? Terrorism? We’ll explore the choice to create sanctuary – “islands of sanity” as Meg Wheatley terms it — in our hearts, homes, and homelands. This is different than walling ourselves off and narrowing our understanding of who is kin. … read more.