Speaker: Ebee Bromley
Why do we make music? What was the first song to ever have been sung? Some think that the earliest music humans made must have been a lullaby. Tom Jacobs writes “perhaps music grew out of one of our deepest needs: ‘Someone to Watch Over … read more.
We are going on an adventure this morning exploring what we have learned so far and what we will learn together going forward.
Join in a celebration of Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees’s ministry with us over the past 18 years. Rev. Fees will offer us a “farewell message.” We’ll join in a special ceremony and visual presentation to honor our shared ministry.
We’re all connected: an interdependent whole. This worship service which includes a sermon by UUA president Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, explores and celebrates interdependence as fundamental to our Unitarian Universalist identity.
Here is the link to the UUA video that we shared during today’s service (“Woven in … read more.
Join us for our annual Thanksgiving Service of Gratitude. Inspired by Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass and the Haudenosaunee “Thanksgiving Address,” this service will explore the possibilities for an honorable harvest rooted in gratitude and reciprocity.
We all make mistakes, and when we do, it can seem like things will never be repaired. We might imagine we’ll always feel bad and people won’t trust us again. Join us this morning as we explore the complexities of saying “I’m sorry” and how … read more.
Water connects us as a community and as human beings no matter where we are. This morning we celebrate our connection with the Unitarian Universalist Water Communion, in which we gather water into a common bowl as we reflect on what we are thirsting for … read more.
How many of us have had our whole worlds changed by another person’s story? A moment of shared connection, a song, a moment of creating together? In this collaborative service, adults and children from our Growing Anti-Racist UUs program will open up their own spiritual … read more.