Topic: Our Unitarian Community
Our pledge drive kick-off lifts up and celebrates the vision of our congregation and its future. More than ever, the importance of a self-defining, self-governing and self-financing congregation strikes me as both visionary and essential for sustaining the deeper meaning and purpose of our community … read more.
While sharing core values, Unitarians, worldwide, are noted for theological diversity that ranges from pagan spirituality to secular humanism. We’ll be looking at a rich source drawn from our theological diversity, called “religious naturalism.”
While viewing that the natural world is all we have reason to … read more.
Claiming not to have all the answers to life’s question means Unitarians have tended to value creativity in our theology, congregational life, and in our homes, work and personal lives. Thinking, wondering, imagination, fluidity, and awe are hallmarks of creativity and our Unitarian way.
Let’s celebrate … read more.
Unitarians are blessed and challenged, to an unusual degree in the religious world, with a full-spectrum of sources that enliven, inform and provoke our personal faith and our religious communities.
We’ll look again at these and some, perhaps, unexpected places for insight into our religious quest … read more.
“To continue steadfastly at something…”. That is what we’ll be exploring during this all-congregation, First Sunday worship service. In a time full of distractions, in cultures that pump out fads, fashions and makeovers, is there a place and value in our lives for persisting in … read more.
On this “bring a friend Sunday,” we’ll take a look at what it is that draws and keeps us committed to our faith tradition. There’s got to be things about being Unitarians we value, and wish other people knew.
Let’s count the ways and see … read more.
On this first Sunday of a New Year, our thoughts turn within and beyond with questions and hope. We wonder who we are, what will happen in 2019, and what we intend to work on and achieve. Join us for a celebration of new beginnings, … read more.
This playful and interactive Christmas pageant tells the Nativity story in a way that plays on our Unitarian Universalist principles. From the mystery and wonder of a super nova to the magical feeling of joy inspired by a heart full of love.
Our play this … read more.
On this First Advent Sunday join us as we begin our journey into the holiday season.
Hope – a fitting theme as winter approaches and the dark rises. A good time to be and worship together.
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