Learning

Coming Soon: A Summer Sermon Series

This summer is going to be a weird one for all of us. Our time in pandemic conditions has given way to this new world of vaccinated people, vigilant mask use, but also, sometimes (and carefully) doing things we used to do! People may … read more.

End of Spring YRE

RE during Pandemic has proven to be VERY difficult. It turns out that online meetings after weeks of online school are not as fun as we want them to be, or as engaging, or as enriching. 

SO! We have tried to move forward with an … read more.

Volunteer with Unity In Community!

The Need to Feed our Neighbors Continues

The food pantry program that has brought local churches together to provide food for needy families has evolved and changed and the need has never been greater. The program has evolved with money and support to now have … read more.

Food for our Minds and Spirits: Whimsy

Sometimes it is hard to tap into our spiritual selves or find time to nurture our intellectual curiosity. Here is a section that reflects on some nourishing materials from around the web and related media channels in order to get us thinking, get us … read more.

Photos Needed for May 2 Service

The Worship Service on May 2nd centers on silver linings from the pandemic, recognizing that this year has been a year like no other. If you have photos of yourself and/or your family this past year enjoying family time, alone time, or other successes … read more.

Notes from our DRE April 2021

Grieving in Public

Dr. Allan Georgia, Director of Religious Education

Hello UUCC Members & Friends!

Most religious traditions involve expressions of
lament––public grief aimed to be heard by god
and others in order to express a sense of outrage
and real emotion. This isn’t measured speech ––
this is verbalized … read more.