Topic: Igniting the Inner Chalice

“The Five Jagged Rocks of UUism,” by Kari Gottfried

What is the bedrock that the UU faith is based on? The Reverends Nancy Bowen and Mike Morran created the Five Jagged Rocks to recognize “a faith that is dangerous and not always smooth-going.” UUs embrace a belief system that can seem rough around the … read more.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Join us for our special annual Christmas Candlelight Service. Our choir will be singing classic Christmas carols and our very own seminarian, Niala Terrell-Mason, will give share with us the hope and love the Christ-child represents. Can’t wait to see you there!

The Rebirth of the Sun: A Yule Ritual

During this service, we will share a time of reflection and hope as we look to celebrate the Winter Solstice and the returning of the Sun. Come with an open mind, an open heart, and a goal for the new calendar year.

How I Met My Mother

Emerson said, “The happiest man is he who learns from nature the lesson of worship.” For some of us, experiencing the natural world can tap into a primal spark that exists in our soul. This will be an exploration of our 7th Principle using a … read more.

How the UUs Saved Christmas

We will celebrate an authentic UU Christmas this morning! You may not know how much this holiday belongs to us, but you will soon. You will easily recognize the songs of the season written by our very own people and may be surprised at how … read more.

The Courage to Imagine

Our theme for December is “Igniting the Inner Chalice.” December 10 is International Human Rights Day. As we pause to look at where we are now and where we’ve come from, it is easy to get discouraged with how far we are from our ideal … read more.