Speaker: Rev. Jaimie Dingus

“Blessing of the Animals”

Joining us in our interdependent web of existence are animals who bring love, humor, and wisdom to our lives. Whether these creatures are big and small, wild and domestic, loved up close or appreciated from afar, they are a special part of the world we … read more.

“Ebbs and Flows”

Each year, Unitarian Universalists around the country mark the start of a new year with the ritual of Water Communion, where we remember that even though water can be a source of destruction, it can also be a source of healing and renewal. In song … read more.

“Labor and Rest”

On this Labor Day weekend, Rev. Jaimie will reflect on Labor Movements, finding meaning in our work, and the importance of rest. We will also have a moment of blessing for our two new staff members, who begin their work with us this week!

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“I Am Willing”

Holly Near’s song “I Am Willing” featured in this week’s service, is a beloved anthem about how we hold on to hope and keep going despite our obstacles. It is an anthem of resilience, a promise to persist. How do we build up resilience in … read more.

“We Keep Searching”

As Unitarian Universalists, ours is a lifelong search for truth and meaning. We wander and we wonder, and yet sometimes we can feel spiritually stuck. So, how do we get ourselves unstuck? How do we stumble into deeper knowing and greater connection? And how do … read more.

“Building a Legacy”

At our very successful Virtual Service Auction this year, Tim Miller won the opportunity to choose a sermon topic for a Sunday Service. Based on the book, “Shaking the Gates of Hell: A Search for Family and Truth in the Wake of the Civil Rights … read more.

“Big Questions”

Rilke wrote, “Love the questions themselves… live the questions now.” On Sunday, Rev. Jaimie will lead a question box service by answering questions from the congregation. Bring your questions, your big theological questions, your questions about Unitarian Universalism, the questions that keep you wondering and … read more.

“Rest and Play”

Sometimes in worship, every word and sound and song builds to a central theme. And other times we wander through worship, finding meaning in different themes and moments. This Sunday we will honor the Summer Solstice, celebrate Father’s Day, learn about Juneteenth, and remember that … read more.