On Halloween, children of all ages dress as monsters, goblins and ghosts. Some say there is a little monster in everyone. Can we find and love that part of ourselves and others?
Rev. Dan Schatz
This week our congregation will join Unitarian Universalists across the country who have dedicated a Sunday to center our service entirely around the voices and the experiences of black Unitarian Universalists. What truths will we hear, however difficult? What might we learn? How might these … read more.
In our truth seeking and our living, Unitarian Universalism has always reached beyond ourselves to the wider world of religion and all of humanity. Please bring a friend on this special Sunday!
In a religion which prescribes no one path to truth and meaning, how do we keep ourselves from getting lost in the spiritual woods?
Drawing on sources from sacred writings to Mr. Rogers, we will take a Sunday to pay attention to the children – in our world, our country, our community, and our personal lives.
In this special all ages service, we celebrate the many ways we gather as a community, formed in diversity. This service will include a “Blessing of the Backpacks.” All school age children and youth are invited to bring their backpacks or other school bags to … read more.
As we celebrate the arrival of new life in our congregation, we consider the many kinds of sacred gifts, including the gifts of a parent to a child.
This service will include a dedication ceremony for young children. If you have a child you would like … read more.
The Jewish Days of Awe are a time for deep reflection, acknowledging our wrongs, and coming together to atone. At a time when we are deeply concerned with the wrongs of society itself, we will explore ways of acknowledging these failings and coming to greater … read more.
Of all our gifts to one another, perhaps the most profound is our true heart.
For the past month, our minister has been collecting questions from you. This morning he will give some answers!