The economy is shaky, inequality is rising, and good jobs seem more scarce. Many of us don’t have family leave, sick time, or true vacations… This coming week we will celebrate international workers’ day, 130 years after the massive walkout that brought the U.S. the 8-hour-workday, we reflect on the daily joys and struggles of … Continue reading Life’s Work
In this soulful, contemplative service we’ll look backwards at the old year and forward to the new year, inviting a spirit of renewal and hopeful possibility.
Join us for a Christmas Eve service emphasizing carols, storytelling, and wonder. All ages welcome at both the 4:00 and the 7:00 services, with jolly refreshments served in between.
The December holidays are a joyous time and a difficult time. Today we’ll sing, laugh, and reflect on what it means to stay spiritually grounded through this frenzied season.
An all-ages service celebrating the happiness-inducing power of gratitude.
Grounded in a reflection from Rev. Dr. Rebecca Ann Parker, this all-ages service will explore, in story, word, and music, how we can live every day with more love and more justice.
This Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend we reflect on King’s vision of Beloved Community: in 1966 and in 2016. We’ll hear from veterans of the Civil Rights movement and activists in Black Lives Matter about the spirituality of social change.
As the world speeds up, it can get harder to slow down. How do we remind ourselves to breathe, to notice, to take it all in, to process our experiences? Even as we work to save the world, how do we stop and savor it?
With voices from Unitarian Universalism’s past and present, we lift up stories of struggle, courage, redemption, and hope: stories that challenge us to create community “where all souls are welcome as blessings, and the human family lives whole and reconciled.”
Even in the hardest times, we can find glimmers of hope, moments of joy. With word and music and meditation, we celebrate the spirit of resilience and healing.