In our pluralistic post-Christian liberal religious tradition, we have often turned to nature to find shared symbols and experiences of the divine as we understand it.
Speaker: Rev. Krista Taves
Both Passover and Easter are religious observances that find hope and release in dark times. How do they speak to us now as we distance socially and stay connected?
Knowing how to forgive and be forgiven isn’t something that we are born knowing. We have to learn how it’s done. This Sunday we will practice the steps of forgiveness.
Sunday service starts at 10 am. Visitors are ALWAYS WELCOME and encouraged to attend!
We will not … read more.
Forgiveness is a tender thing. Because it connects to our sense of identity and involves our sense of right and wrong, it takes strength to offer it and to receive it. How do … read more.
In 12 step programs, sharing about hard times and loss often prompts a gratitude meeting, where you shift from a glass half empty to a glass half full mentality. This Sunday we will get a chance to practice!
Many of us live with the metaphor that life is like a pie. If someone takes a piece, there is less for everyone else. We divide up power and resources based on this assumption. What if we changed our framework, choosing to see life like … read more.
We honor a leader who deeply shaped this nation and explore how leadership in the civil rights movement has shifted since his era. What we can carry from this into our own lives?
Leadership is in crisis in our country, with fear and the hunger for power competing with integrity and compassion. We’ll consider the polarization of our time in light of our own Unitarian Universalist struggles with power and authority in the hope of anchoring in the … read more.
The Thanksgiving to New Year holiday cycle is often marketed as being about family, cheer, good memories, and togetherness. We have high expectations for this time. But the holidays are often difficult. This is a service about holding the tensions of the season. We will … read more.
Many of us have heard the golden rule, “Do unto others as you would have done unto you.” The platinum rule takes a slightly different approach, “Do unto others as they would have done unto themselves.” We’ll explore why this is central to the true … read more.