Stone Soup is a traditional folk tale found in many parts of the world. In some versions the main character convinces people that they can make soup from a rusty old nail or a … read more.
Speaker: Guest speaker
The beloved Disney movie is well known, but the figure of Mary Poppins is much deeper and more complex than the movie version. Our guest speaker, Rev. Gail Tapscott, will introduce you to the great Cosmic Nanny and her multi faceted creator P.L. Travers as … read more.
Finding the Sacred in Direct Experience is the focus of this Sunday’s sermon. Mandy Goheen, UUA Ministerial Candidate, is our speaker. In this intergenerational worship we’ll explore together how the little things create opportunity for sacred moments in our everyday lives. How do those … read more.
Edith Love was welcomed into fellowship, but has not yet been ordained. She believes her calling is to minister with those most marginalized in her hometown of Memphis, … read more.
A sense of belonging is fundamental to our experience as human beings. Most people are grateful to find a community where they feel at home, or they are seeking one. Unitarian Universalism provides such and environment for many, and yet not all. How do … read more.
Charles Turner will be our guest speaker. There are times when our conversation and actions with others tend to become heated and confrontational, especially when they deal with those issues that we hold near and dear to our hearts. We fight to be heard and … read more.
National Public Radio’s weekend program, “This American Life,” regularly weaves a set of stories around a single theme. This sermon offers three different reflections about Unitarian Universalism (UU). The first act considers UUs with 25 years or more of church membership. The second act considers … read more.