Most of us are comfortable thinking about our physical bodies, the ones made so substantially out of electron clouds, protons, space, and perhaps dark energy. We’re often less comfortable thinking about our mysterious minds – what they are, where they’re located, and the self which … read more.
Our Unitarian Community
How does the universe work? How should we treat one another? What does it mean to create real change?
These are some of the questions our 11 to 14-year olds have been thinking about in their Coming of Age group this year. They will … read more.
On this First Sunday all-congregation worship, we celebrate the spirit and fact of voluntary service in our congregation and beyond. We’ll look at the crucial role “civil society,” like religion, performs in helping to encourage the integrity of our societies and our individual rights … read more.
Join us in celebration of the work we do. We’ll meet some working members of the congregation who will show us something about their work, why they value it and the value work brings into the world. This will be a fun and meaningful service … read more.
Our pledge drive kick-off lifts up the vision of our congregation and the deeper meaning and purpose which our community and religion bring into our lives.
With the Chalice Choir and guest musician Tony Turner, former federal scientist and composer of folk hit Harperman.
Order of Service
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After having seen ways in which religion can run off the rails (March 18), you are invited to explore how it could be a force for love and justice in the world.
An Invitation to Love and Justice is the theme of this year’s Annual Meeting … read more.
Having explored what religion may be good for in February, let’s follow that up with a walk on the wild, more forbidding side of it. People have been asking what the heck’s going on with the toxic brew of religion, culture and politics south of … read more.
This is our annual Partner Church service, expressing our partnership with Unitarians not only in one place but around the globe.
Annual Partner Church Service. Homily written by the late Rev. Dr. Phillip Hewett; read by Gavin Grandish. Special collection following the service to support Burundian refugee … read more.
Increasingly, it is becoming clear that young people, roughly between the ages of 18 and 35, who make up what’s called the “Millennial Generation” face a unique set of challenges. How is this cohort responding to them? How does it impact their future and spirituality? … read more.
As we navigate the complexities of our lives, what guides our steps? What holds us steady? What changes our course?
Join us as we reflect on meaning and mysteries on life’s journey.
This is a pulpit exchange event. North Shore Unitarian ministers Revs. Emily and … read more.