This summer, people rescued a family from a riptide by holding hands to form a human chain. Come hear more, from Minnesota to Myanmar: stories of connection, solidarity, and care through our hands.
Animal blessings are often celebrated around the Feast of St. Francis in early October, but they could be celebrated at any time. Our mid-summer service will honor the importance of our furry and feathered friends, including a time of blessing. All animals welcome!
It can be easy to think we’re “too busy” for spiritual practice. But a retreat can be as simple as a Sunday morning. Today’s service will be similar to the New Year’s Day mini-retreat, with opportunities for reflection, making art, journaling, and more. Our theme will be living with heart. Come find rest and rejuvenation without even leaving the pew!
Many of us were raised with ideas about grace that we have since rejected. For others of us, grace was never an important concept. But could it be? What does “grace” mean to a Unitarian Universalist, anyway? Let’s explore together..
Liz Weber, Ministerial Intern – May 21, 2017 – 10 am (choir singing) Bridging is a tradition shared by UUs across the country. Today we honor our senior youth as they transition into young adulthood, and we reflect on transitions in all our lives. Kids, youth, and adults will celebrate together in this multigenerational service.
Liz Weber, Ministerial Intern / April 2nd – 10 am (Choir) Each of us sometimes needs to take refuge, and each of us can sometimes offer refuge to another. Last month we explored how we can create sanctuary for each other. Now we’ll ask: How can we nurture our own inner sanctuaries? And what might … Continued
Feb 26th 9:15 (choir); 11 (Roald Wilson) – Each of us sometimes needs refuge, and each of us can sometimes offer refuge to another. How do we create a sense of sanctuary for each other? How do we nurture our own inner sanctuaries? We’ll explore the first question now; second on April 2nd.
Two services: 9:15 and 11:00 am Liz Weber, Ministerial Intern Looking back, we marvel at the path that led us here. Looking forward, we dream about what’s next. Pausing here, we wonder: How do we choose our paths? What shapes us? And how do we heed the sound of the genuine?