Twelfth century Abbess Hildegard Von Bingen’s mystical theology, musical compositions, and visions lead us into a creative and greening space. Her knowledge of therapeutic and curative plants continue to inspire the Slow Medicine tradition of healing.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Rina Shere
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It’s Flower Communion Sunday! Bring some flowers to share with the congregation and a lawn chair to sit on during service.
Each Spring we gather together to celebrate a service whose origins lie in Prague, Czech Republic.
Worship Leaders: Rev. Joe Cherry, Rev. … read more.
In our third week of celebrating the UU holiday Chalica, we honor the third principle: Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations. Join us to contemplate the deep roots of our Unitarian Universalist heritage in acceptance of diverse … read more.
September is Suicide Prevention month, a time when we acknowledge the specter of suicide in our society while also strengthening our resolve to build a suicide resistant culture. Join us as we gather in hope and courage to bring love and wholeness.
Join us this Sunday as we explore many complex issues surrounding Unitarian Universalism and the military. Rev. Rina Shere, a chaplain at the Cleveland VA Hospital, will speak about the history of our faith as it relates to the armed forces, offer a space for remembrance, and share … read more.
What do the words “free” and “responsible” have in common? Join us this Sunday, February 26th as we explore the role of our personal religious authority as we search for what is true and meaningful in our lives and in the larger world. How might … read more.