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.
In our Unitarian Universalist bridging ceremony, we recognize and celebrate the transition of our high school seniors from their teenage years into young adulthood. Six youth of our congregation make up the UCM bridging group for 2023. They have designed a special service for this … 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.
Coming to terms with the finiteness of life and the limitations we face can make us feel vulnerable. Yet, there is also the possibility of deeper freedom in accepting our limitations. This Sunday, we grapple with the limits of living in balance with the earth’s … read more.
For the next two Sundays, we will explore the path of vulnerability in facing limits. Coming to terms with the finiteness of life and the limitations we face can make us feel vulnerable. Yet, there is also the possibility of deeper freedom in accepting our … read more.
Sharing generously with others from a place of gratitude can bring us happiness and joy. Yet, vulnerability is also required to both give and receive with courage and humility. We close our Annual Pledge Drive honoring the blessing of our mutuality – giving and receiving … read more.
Grief and loss have been nearly constant companions for many of us over the last few years, as we have navigated a global pandemic on top of the ongoing social, environmental, and political crises. How might we reconsider or re-imagine the practice of grieving when … read more.