UUs have a long history of working to build and strengthen democracy. The upcoming November election is a political time that calls on us to fight for our values around issues we care deeply about – LGBTQ rights, climate change, racial justice, immigration, and more. … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees
This Sunday Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees and attendees at this year’s General Assembly will share their experiences, stories, and learnings. Don’t miss this chance to hear about the work, witness, and programs informing and guiding Unitarian Universalism.
For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing … read more.
Join us this morning for a uniquely UU ritual, the Water Communion. We will gather the waters of our lives and honor the deep symbolism of water to renew and restore us. Please bring a small bowl and a pitcher or cup with a bit … read more.
Spiritual community is a place to show up, belong, lament, renew commitments, keep hope alive, celebrate, and make meaning of our lives amid uncertainty and tumult. This morning we’ll strive to “harvest the power” of our UU community at this moment in our nation and … read more.
As we move into the Fall, some of us are returning to school in person, others are learning online. Some are working from home, others in an office or in person environment, and still others are retired or unemployed. But all of us are carrying … read more.
Join us this Sunday as we reflect together on our individual and collective acts of justice and compassion. Hear from Pat Uribe-Licthty about our rainbow flag, which we are flying and dedicating. Hear from James Mannix, youth, about the Black Lives Matter march in City … read more.
This Sunday we are delighted to welcome the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lancaster who will be worshiping with us. Together we will explore creating sacred spaces for ourselves and our families and how to carry that work into the world to create altars of justice. … read more.
Barbara Brown Taylor describes the spiritual practice of feeling pain as a breakthrough. This morning we’ll explore the ways that pain can move us toward the edge, the edge of new meaning and new ways of thinking. Today’s collection will be our monthly share-the-plate to … read more.
Since worshiping online, our community has had the delight of seeing each other’s animal companions on screen. So how better to acknowledge the importance of and special relationships with them than with a blessing. Our service will include a visual presentation of our pets and … read more.
This morning we explore the ways we can create beauty in community from what we already have – from empty lots, thorn bushes, and a little bit of faith.
For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing platform. It is easy to Zoom from a computer, tablet, … read more.