Speaker: Rev. Ed Brock

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

In this sermon I will talk about what has been accomplished by the congregation over the last year and what we hope to accomplish in the year ahead. I look forward to seeing you Sunday.

The Really Big Picture

and Why It is Important

Our lives derive meaning from the stories we are embedded in. These stories let us know where we came from and what our challenges are, and they help us to  understand where we want to go. … read more.

The Rise of Feminine Power

In honor of Mother’s Day, and in the spirit (I hope) of what this holiday is about, I will explore the theme of the rise of feminine power.    

Over the last two years, we have seen the … read more.

An Easter Faith

The Easter Story possesses immense importance within our society and culture. It is valuable for UUs to have their own points of view about the Easter story. The Easter story is archetypal, indicating that it reflects something important for and about … read more.

Stories for the Journey

The Presence of Black Women in Unitarianism, Universalism, and Unitarian Universalism

We strive for inclusivity and equality whenever we gather as people of faith. In this service, we will reflect upon those Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist women of African descent who have … read more.

Spirituality in the Key of Life

Part 2

Over the years, I have noticed that UU congregations struggle with understanding the value and place of spirituality. Considerable effort goes into whether UUs should be religious, not religious, anti-religious, spiritual, agnostic, undeclared, or any other variation thereof. Alternatively, much … read more.

Spirituality in the Key of Life

Part 1

Over the years, I have noticed that UU congregations struggle with understanding the value and place of spirituality. Considerable effort goes into whether UUs should be religious, not religious, anti-religious, spiritual, agnostic, undeclared, or any other variation thereof. Alternatively, much … read more.