As UUs we talk a lot about the importance of connection and interconnection. Sometimes, though, it can be hard to see what binds us to friends, family, and communities when we are separated. What do we do during those times?
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees
We don’t have to believe in real angels to experience the magic and miracle of this holy night. We only need to pay attention to the stillness and listen.
This morning we celebrate the return of nature’s light during the stillness of the Winter Solstice in story and song.
Join us this morning in an interactive service in which we explore holy moments of reverence. This morning is our monthly share-the-plate and will benefit the Pennsylvania Environmental Defense Foundation.
What does stillness have to offer us in this season of hope and light? What if stillness isn’t about an absence of motion but a way of being more present and connected?
How can we embrace a spirit of abundance when things seem scarce? How can we keep our hearts open? Join us this morning for a participatory and interactive service.
Buddhist monk Pema Chodron says that “healing comes from letting there be room for all of this to happen: room for grief, for relief, for misery, for joy.” This morning we’ll explore the practice of letting there by room for all of this to happen. … read more.
In this post-election service, we will gather to begin to imagine what’s next and how we might heal amid uncertainty.
For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing platform. It is easy to Zoom from a computer, tablet, or phone! Here is how you do … read more.
Members and friends are invited to participate in an election vespers service led by Rev. Sandra Fees on Wednesday, November 4. The zoom gathering will offer time for us to share experiences, worries, hopes, and concerns following the election. This will be a facilitated time … read more.
Join us for our annual celebration of Dia de Los Muertos led by Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees and Cesar Martinez-Garza. This year will feature a virtual ofrenda of our beloveds who have died.