Family Promise will be holding there annual Night Without a Bed fundraiser, it will be held June 26th -27th . We are asking companies to sponsor our event in addtion to asking families, congregations, church youth groups,and schools to participate by sleeping somewhere other than … read more.
On March 14 at noon, our ADORE team invites you to our next Listening Cafe.
Nadine Smet-Weis will lead us in telling our short stories of:
how we have been changed because of….what we have done because of….what actions we have taken and interactions we have had that … read more.
If you are in need of pastoral care during Rev. Fees sabbatical, Rev. Sage can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends and members are invited to participate in ADORE’s Listening Café this Friday, December 4, at 7pm. We will begin with excerpts from Rev. Dr. William Barber’s post- election message as co-chair of ‘The Poor Peoples’ Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.” Members of … read more.
If you receive a message that appears to be from Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees asking for money, please let her know and do not respond to it. It’s a scam. You have received an email from someone pretending to be Rev. Fees using an email … read more.
One of my patients told me that when she tried to tell her story people often interrupted her to tell her that they once had something just like that happen to them. Subtly her pain became a story about themselves. Eventually she stopped talking to … read more.
This month we’re focusing on what does it mean to be a people of renewal. What does it mean to renew? to begin again? For some of us that might mean to return to school or to begin an art project again after … read more.
August is often a time when we’re trying to get that last little bit of summer in. Make sure to check these opportunities out that help us have fun, learn and grow together.
CommUUnity Creek Online Adventure – registration is live!
highlights so far (we’re … read more.
This hybrid online, personalized and small group experience for high school aged Unitarian Universalist youth who’ve completed grades 9th-12th or the homeschooled equivalent will teach you how to discern your own gifts and how to build community with those gift through practicing and co-creating Unitarian Universalism … read more.