We close our 2022-2023 church year with a service celebrating the resilience, joy, love, and diversity of the LGBTQIA+ community in honor of Pride Month. As anti-queer bills, laws, and policies are on the rise across the country, this affirming service will reach into Unitarian … read more.
We share in our annual Flower Communion Sunday commemorating the 100th Anniversary of this ritual which was first celebrated on June 4, 1923, in the Unitarian Church in Prague. The ceremony was conceived by the Rev. Norbert Čapek who felt that people in the Church … read more.
Featuring the UCM Choir, directed by Donia Prince, with Eliza Thomas, Piano. Verdis LeVar Robinson and David Ruffin, Guest Vocalists.
When Rev. Dwinell’s late husband, Sky Yardley, was diagnosed with “probable early stage Alzheimer’s” in 2016, they contemplated the meaning of memory. Rev. Dwinell will share some of their thoughts. Music will be provided by the UCM choir singing “Gabriel’s Oboe” with guest musicians Kris … read more.
Liberal religious traditions, including Unitarian Universalism, assert that there is not one singular truth, but rather that we continue to deepen our understanding of truth over time. Join us in a festive, all-ages celebration of lifelong growth and learning new things that shape our beliefs … read more.
Zen Buddhist rōshi John Loori says, “Creativity is our birthright. It is an integral part of being human, as basic as walking, talking, and thinking.” Yes! And, it is often the case that we feel creativity lacking in our lives. We will reflect on the … read more.
The climate crisis asks for our faithful response in protecting our planet and centering the inherent worth and dignity of every person impacted by the effects of climate change. What can we do to move forward in achieving our vision of a sustainable and just … read more.
In turbulent times, how do we care for and strengthen our spirits? How do we cultivate a spiritual resistance that keeps our souls intact in these times of tumult? This service will include a New Member Ceremony to recognize the newest members of our congregation. … read more.
We explore the lessons of Easter drawing upon the ancient Christian story of Jesus’ death and resurrection and the earth’s seasonal wisdom of spring. Embracing new life can feel risky at times and yet blessings also await. All ages will join together for the full … read more.
The Torah asks the Jewish people to retell the Exodus story each year, as part of the Passover festival, and each year, people glean new wisdom in exploring the traditional story of the liberation of the Israelites departure from Egypt, from slavery to freedom. In … read more.