What makes our community different from a group of neighbors gathering together? We covenant with one another. Looking back at 4,000 years of religious history, let’s explore what it means to be in covenant. And looking ahead at the years to come, let’s consider what … read more.
In these midst of global pandemic, rising authoritarianism, and uprising, lives hang in the balance and the future of democracy is on the line. In response, Unitarian Universalists are answering the call of our faith, building powerful partnerships to mobilize our communities to #VoteLove and … read more.
This Sunday we pause to pay attention to the turning of the seasons. With the Autumnal Equinox just days away, we’ll try to slow down the pace of our everyday lives and renew our covenant with Mother Earth.
Join us this Sunday for our Annual Water Communion, a ritual that celebrates our gathering together for a new church year. This year will be different, of course, as we continue to navigate the challenges of feeling our deep connection while maintaining our safe … read more.
How does the work of Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill affect us today? As we begin to focus on the theological theme of Renewal this month, Rev. Joe and Worship Associate Peggy Lagodny take on questions of what is expected and what those expectations … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists we often say that we not only have strength in diversity, but that diversity is the source of our strength. Join the worship team as we bring some of our favorite worship elements together in ways that may at first seem … read more.
This service will be presented by leaders and participants in the “Beloved Conversations” racial justice workshops.
Join us this week as we explore the philosophical school of consequentialism and how its teachings can help us see our political and social quandaries today, with real life questions that Aristotle could not have anticipated.