Join us to celebrate Halloween with a Zen Ghost story filled with magic and mystery. We’ll consider the disguises we sometimes wear, the ways we might act differently around different people, and which of those is the real “me.”
Month: October 2021
Join us on Monday November 1st, @ 7:00pm. This month’s session (saints in our lives) was inspired by Tracie Greth, who will share a personal reading. Contact Nadine Smet-Weiss (firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-333-4015) for further information or to receive the zoom link for these gatherings.
by nadine j. smet-weiss
born of egg
pierced by sperm
and the hopes
of our ancestors
the ongoing story
sounding through us
to honor their legacy
being the change
becoming the dream
Who have you lit your home chalice with? Who will you light it with? Your cat? Your dog? Your loved ones around the table? Robin Slaw, masters level DRE at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia, Maryland; a soul matters congregation, … read more.
from Rev. Sandra’s Study
The prophetic tasks of the church are to tell the truth in a society that lives in an illusion, grieve in a society that practices denial, and express hope in a society that lives in despair.
November marks a turning – … read more.
Beginning on Sunday, November 21, we are expanding our welcome to members and friends to in-person worship. There will no longer be limits on the number of people who can attend. However, everyone will still be required to register weekly by Friday noon as well … read more.
With many donations from inside and outside the congregation, our four-person team for the Reading-Berks CROP Walk raised $3085 as part of the anti-hunger fund-raiser event that drew more than $25,000 in donations. A quarter of the funds raised stay local with the Berks Schuylkill … read more.
Arguing is seen as damaging to relationships. Yet arguing well can strengthen relationships and communities. This morning we’ll consider when we need to rock the boat to be true to ourselves, each other, and our values. This morning we welcome members of the Thomas Paine UU Fellowship in Collegeville to our service.
ationships can be especially challenging to foster during these times, when it feels like strain and animosity are ramped up in our society as a whole. Today we’ll find perspective for engaging our hearts and minds in this work of connection, even in this most rugged terrain.