Speaker: Rev. Sage Olnick

Our Commitment Shapes Us

“Inevitably in our lives we commit ourselves to something, whether worthy or not” (quote by Henry Nelson Wieman). This Sunday we will explore how our commitments shape who we are and where we find belonging. 

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Our Commitment to Each Other

Brian Andreas writes, “Anyone can slay a dragon, she told me, but try waking up every morning and loving the world all over again. That’s what takes a real hero.”  This Sunday we will reflect on our commitments to our community and each other.

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This Sunday marks a year of quarantine and living into virtual community. We will celebrate our innovation, creativity, and commitment to each other. Join us in making the most of this Quarantine-aversary!

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Using Our Imagination to Make Social Change

Paul Rogat Loeb wrote, “Those who make us believe that anything’s possible and fire our imagination over the long haul, are often the ones who have survived the bleakest of circumstances.” This Sunday we will explore how such a life can bring about seemingly impossible … read more.

Using Our Imagination in the Service of Connection

In her famous poem, Wild Geese, Mary Oliver proclaims, “Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination…”. This Sunday we will consider how to Use Our Imagination in the Service of Connection. 

Using Our Imagination to Free Ourselves

The spiritual theme for the month of January is Imagination. In The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life, Thomas Moore said, “We tend to consider imagination too lightly, forgetting that the life we make, for ourselves individually and for the world as a whole, is shaped and limited … read more.

The Virtue of Reverence

As Unitarian Universalists, we hold dear the interconnection of our lives and all that is. We commit ourselves to address not only what is, but also what we hope for and what we dedicate ourselves to. What are we, as individuals and religious community, revering during … read more.