Speaker: Rev. Jaimie Dingus

The Cost of Community

We are well in the midst of our UUCH pledge season. In our community what we have is what we give, and what we spend is what we believe. Let’s explore how our money can be a reflection of our values….Let’s talk about the money!

Body Liberation

In this month of vulnerability, we will explore a deeply vulnerable place our, physical bodies and our societal relationships to our bodies. Fat or thin, disabled or able, frail or strong, whatever our body is now, and whatever it will become, it is a gift. … read more.

Values at the Center

In our congregation, we speak often about our shared values or about leading with our values. But how do we know what are values are? Let’s explore together how we can identify and then live more deeply in line with our values!

Relationship at the Center

Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy of community organizing and activism put relationships at the center. Together we will explore the power of relationships to transform a community, and remember the powerful impact of this important faith leader.

Diwali: a Festival of Lights

UUCH Board Member, Shalin Mody, grew up practicing Hinduism and celebrating the festival of Diwali. Shalin will share about the meaning of this tradition, and Rev. Jaimie will reflect on what we as Unitarian Universalists can learn from this celebration.

The Courage to Face the Truth

The truth is our world tells us to be truthful and honest, and yet our culture sometimes rejects our deepest truths. Yet our values call us to authenticity and deep relationship. Let us gather up the courage to share the big truths, of who we … read more.

The Church Doesn’t need more Volunteers

Wait? What? Of course we need more volunteers?? Rev. Erin Wathen challenges churches to consider what service looks like under the conditions of true belonging. This year as we reimagine how we work and serve together, let’s dig deep on how we can find true … read more.

Web of Belonging

From you I receive, to you I give, together we share, and from this we live. Each of us is tied up in a web of mutual connection with our families, our neighbors, our communities and our larger world. How do we best nurture this … read more.