No hell. God is Love. This is the Universalist vision of the world. Heretical and unorthodox, this vision is ours to claim and ours to make new in the 21st century. In 1770, September 30 is the day that Universalist John Murray’s boat landed on a sandbar … read more.
Please plan to bring a non-perishable food item to help us “cook” Stone Soup (inspired by the beloved children’s story), exploring how we all contribute, sometimes in surprising ways, to make our community strong. We’ll donate what we collect to a local … read more.
Listen to voices across the decades respond to Mary Oliver’s poignant question, “Tell me, what do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” We plan to hear from someone in our congregation in each decade of life. … read more.
We’ll recognize and honor the presence of beloved creatures and critters in our lives through this joyful Animal Blessing service. You are encouraged to bring your well-behaved pet (dog, cat, ferret, guinea pig, goldfish, snake, pot-bellied pig, etc.); all must be either … read more.
Baba Yaga? We swear, this is not made up. Baba Yaga is a witch of timeless east European mythology. She is extremely ugly. Ferocious. Terrifying. Lived in a magic hut in the depths of the forest. Yet she has visitors. Most of … read more.
This is will be a joyous and FULL service –full of appreciation for all our volunteer Religious Education teachers throughout the whole year; full of blessing on our new members; and full of flowers for our annual FLOWER FESTIVAL. Rev. Karen and … read more.
Rev. Karen will be preaching and Nick Place will be playing.
UU congregations are “covenanting communities” filled with individuals who make explicit and implicit promises to each other. Rev. Ann Marie will remind us about the nature of the promises we make and what it takes to return to our promises.
As part of pulpit … read more.
In recognition of International Worker’s Day on May 1, the Solidarity Singers, with our own Kathy Scarbrough, will perform songs of today’s labor struggles including issues like raising the minimum wage, women’s demand for equal pay and freedom from sexual harassment and assault, … read more.
Elephants are known not only for their ability to remember, but also for their capacity to live communally and their collective mourning rituals. As humans have visited our greed
upon the earth through violence on these creatures, we are finding that they … read more.