Mistakes and Miracles: Congregations on the Road to Multiculturalism
Each year the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) selects a book that they recommend all UUs read. The UU Common Read seeks to build community in our congregations and our movement by giving diverse people a shared … read more.
March Mystery Madness is a playful way our congregation connects with one another toward the end of winter. This year, 2019, will be the 8th year for this much-anticipated multi-generational game. Please join us in this guessing game. It is a fun and easy way … read more.
Hints for Children, Family Members and Other Congregants
People of all ages belong in our faith community. When we worship together it can be an enriching experience for all. We want every person to feel welcome, comfortable, loved, and respected within our … read more.
One of my least favorite things to do is to ask for volunteers, but we absolutely need volunteers to make our church function. Here are a few things I learned about volunteering from our Lay Pastoral Ministries Chairperson.
#1…Volunteering should be fun or enriching. Don’t … read more.
During the installation of our minister Rev. Joan Javier-Duval a charge from the children was read by one of our sixth graders. The charge was written by our Director of Religious Education with help from the children of our spiritual community.
Here’s a game for ALL AGES to play whether you are spending Spring Break on adventure that takes you far away or enjoying a Staycation in this beautiful state that we call home. It’s a way to stay connected to our spiritual community even … read more.