Join Tommy Thompson and children for our annual Christmas Pageant, “Room for Christmas.”
Please join us as the Search Committee discusses progress so far, and explains the results of Congregational Survey as well as takeaways from our Survey Suppers. We’ll welcome your questions both before and during the service so that we can address your questions and concerns about the process.
Dr. Wakar Uddin will discuss the Rohingya Muslim Crisis in Burma/Myanmar. Originally from Burma, he is a professor at Penn State University and also Director General, The Burmese Rohingya Assoc. N. America and President, Muslim Aid America. He’s been working with the UN and governments of several countries to address the situation.
National Coming Out Day was October 11, and a service to honor that occasion was cancelled due to inclement weather. This Sunday we’ll do what we intended to do earlier with a service honoring and celebrating diversity and the LGBTQ community. Respecting, honoring, and celebrating diversity is a deeply held, integral dimension of the Unitarian … Continued
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee President and CEO Tom Andrews, former member of Congress from Maine and long-time activist, will talk about how religious communities may be key to major social change in the years ahead, and what Unitarian Universalists in particular can do to make that so.
Come enjoy an intergenerational service of cooperative worship among the younger, middle, and elder members of our congregation. The youth will engage in a group interview of Dr. Jeanne Weaver, one of our most beloved elder members. We’ll also join in a belated birthday celebration to honor her after the service.
A Labor Day reflection by Ted Kluz
Led by the Rev. Keith Kron, the Director of the UUA’s Transitions Department. Living our Unitarian Universalist values isn’t always as easy as we would like it to be. Often what we strive for is not what actually happens. How can we improve the odds that we will lead with our best values inside and … Continued
Cortney Johnson shares her experience using cultural humility to promote social justice. Cultural humility is rooted in a life- long commitment to self-evaluation and critique, redressing power imbalances, and developing authentic, long lasting relationships.
We will celebrate the beauty and inspiration of poetry by incorporating traditional, modern, and original poems in every element of our service read by service leaders and volunteers of all ages.