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 not an answer to one of our biggest questions, but rather is the question itself––a question that has no answer.
Speaker: Mark Weber
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 world without God, but not without the idea of God––one in which we all have to make sense of ourselves and the universe in which we live.
Worship Leader: Mark Weber
Worship Assistant: Allan Georgia
Fourth of July: Why we need a declaration of interdependence.
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.
The service and the sermon, “Seeking A New Land”, is about the contemporary immigrant experience in America. Guest speaker, Mark Weber, CLM, is a member of First Unitarian Church of Cleveland.