In this multigenerational service, we share practices passed down to us to honor our ancestors and find comfort and challenge in the legacies our ancestors have left us. We will share stories of UCM and UU ancestors. Music will be provided by Paula Gills singing … read more.
We return to our church building and bring our energy, love, and hope back to this home for our spirits. We will reflect on transformational moments faced by our church ancestors and the heritage of this sacred place of gathering. Music will be provided by … read more.
Guest speaker, Randy Kritkausky, who is a tribally enrolled Native American, will discuss how building bridges between indigenous spirituality and mainstream culture can help us to find common ground and new approaches for adapting to 21st century realities. This service message is designed to … read more.
Numerous studies cite the decline of religious affiliation. Religion is blamed for division, violence, and war. Yet, humanity shares a heritage of diverse and pluralistic religious belief and belonging that has shaped us for millenia and continues to shape us today. Are there parts of … read more.
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.