Rev. Sharon Wylie
So much information comes at us so quickly these days that events of just a week ago can seem like months. For many of us, the past year has felt like a lifetime. How do we cope with the stress this disorientation brings with it? This is the fifth sermon in a 10-part series inspired […]
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, this morning’s service will feature the voices and stories of Black Unitarian Universalists. Our offering this morning will benefit the Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism Organizing Collective (BLUU).
We gather at a time of longest night to honor one of the most significant holy days in the Christian tradition. Our service includes a play, traditional Christmas hymns, and a communal candle lighting.
Children are naturally a part of this service, and no childcare will be provided.
Today our morning gatherings include a simple breakfast at 9 am, a 10 am service reflecting on the Christmas story as told in the four gospels of the Christian Bible, followed by coffee and conversation for those who would like to gather at 11 am. Childcare is not available this morning.
There is a special […]
In December we joyfully look ahead to holidays we know are coming But we live much of our lives in uncertainty, waiting and hoping for events that may not happen. How do we cope with so much uncertainty?
This is the fifth day of Hanukkah and the third Sunday of Advent.
The internet and social media have connected us as never before. But in many ways, we are also more disconnected than ever. How can both things be true? This is the fourth sermon in a 10-part series inspired by the book Active Hope by Chris Johnstone and Joanna Macy.
This is the first Sunday of […]
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on and to share our communal abundance, with special appreciation for our founding members. Canned goods for the Interfaith Community Services Food Pantry will be collected during the service, so please bring LOTS! Please bring vegetarian soup ingredients for our communal soup.
It is easy to feel powerless against the resources of large corporations and politicians who don’t seem to care. But doing nothing isn’t the right answer either. How do we effect change? This is the third sermon in a 10-part sermon series inspired by the book “Active Hope” by Chris Johnstone and Joanna Macy.
In trying times, it is more important than ever to take care of ourselves, to put on our own oxygen masks first, as the saying goes. Most of us know to tend to our physical, mental, and social wellbeing. But how do we tend to the spirit?
New Member Welcome Ceremony at both services.