For many of us, Spring is a time to work in the gardens—but there are many kinds of gardens. What would it mean for us to become gardeners of the spirit?
Rev. Dan Schatz
This will be our first service in The Concept School — 1120 Street Rd, West Chester — during our building renovations. On Mother’s Day, we honor all those who have taken on a parenting role in our lives, from our own parents to those mothers and fathers of spirit who helped us grow into the … Continued
In a very special intergenerational service, we will celebrate the beginning of our renovation by by sharing memories and stories of our time in this building so far. We will also share flowers, in the traditional Unitarian Universalist ritual – a reminder that the real beauty in our congregation is not the building, however wonderful, … Continued
A Musical Benediction, Affirmation and Celebration. Join us for our annual Music Sunday service. This morning’s worship will be filled with music to sooth, inspire, and get us ready for the big changes coming in the life of our congregation.
In its pagan and Christian origins, Easter celebrates the renewal of the spirit, life reborn and persistent hope. Unitarian Universalists can find very real meaning in these themes today.
Much of life is improvisational. In a faith that provides no single road map to Ultimate Truth, religion can be improvisational as well – but no less powerful for that. This service will include a Signing Ceremony to welcome our newest members.
Old magazines, childhood toys, and souvenirs from long-forgotten vacations – these things fill our basements, attics and storage units. Decades old Religious Education curricula, donated computers and forgotten furniture – these things fill our congregation’s building! What do we do with all of this stuff, and why is it important to us anyway? In this … Continued
Our Unitarian Universalist community can be many things—a place of inspiration, wonder, justice making, learning and growth—but when events touch our lives it becomes a place of comfort, celebration and solace. This very special service will include a ritual of blessing and caring.
Divinity is everywhere, when we open our eyes and ears. For some, deity may be so all encompassing that we may not name it God at all.
Together we celebrate our journey as a congregation, with music from the Spirit Singers along with words from Rev. Schatz and UCWC members. Please come at 9:50 to participate in singing before the service.