Speaker: Dr. Allan Georgia

Religious Education

Unitarian Universalism is all about a life-time of exploration, growth and self-examination. And that’s why “education” is such a big part of our community. From our youngest kids to our most sage elders, we are committed to the idea that this kind of learning is … read more.

How To Suppose Responsibly

One of the great strengths of Unitarian Universalism is its openness to thinking about God in all kinds of ways. Join us as we conclude by considering how our beliefs intersect with our lives and how faith ought to be a well of personal strength instead of a venue for societal conflict.

Suppose God…Evolves with Us

One of the great strengths of Unitarian Universalism is its openness to thinking about God in all kinds of ways. Join us this week as we imagine God not as an unchanging, static power, but as a dynamic and evolving partner in our own growth and evolution.

Suppose God…is in Everything

One of the great strengths of Unitarian Universalism is its openness to thinking about God in all kinds of ways. Join us this week as we imagine a transcendent God who is imbued in the whole world around us, if we are attentive enough to look for it.

Suppose God…is Everywhere

One of the great strengths of Unitarian Universalism is its openness to thinking about God in all kinds of ways. Join us this week as we imagine that God is the world, the universe––indeed, everything around us.

Suppose God…is Many

One of the great strengths of Unitarian Universalism is its openness to thinking about God in all kinds of ways. Join us this week as we imagine many gods, exemplified in many pagan traditions, who represent and embody power, nature and emotion.

Suppose God…is One

One of the great strengths of Unitarian Universalism is its openness to thinking about God in all kinds of ways. Join us this week as we imagine the “one God,” modeled in the Abrahamic faiths––a God of personal confrontation.

Covenant is a Verb

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.

Virtual Service: 6.14.20 Time and Time Again

Intro
Announcements
Chalice Lighting
Call to Worship
Wayside Pulpit
Music – Spirit of Life
Joys and Concerns
Chronos and Kairos – Dr. Allan Georgia
Wayside Pulpit
Unison Reading – Sophie Watkins
Toy and the Value of Time-Amy Schwabauer
Offertory Improvisation on Turn, Turn, Turn by Byrds Karin Tooley
Wisdom from the Global Scripture
The Fullness of Time … read more.