In this month, themed “Creativity,” we have been recognizing and celebrating the many uniquely creative paths we take/make as Unitarian Universalists to express our ever-evolving search for truth–from the creative ways Reverend Alice has inspired us by speaking her truth from the pulpit to the … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Alice Syltie
Our very own.
Living Our Principles: Celebrating a Year in Children and Youth Religious Education
Join in a lively, multi-generational worship service that celebrates our year in Children and Youth Religious Education (RE), sharing the stories and spiritual themes we’ve explored. Children and youth will help lead our liturgy, presenting … read more.
A People of Creativity: A Farewell Sermon
So often, we think of creativity as belonging to the realm of artists and poets. The truth is, life itself is a creative process. Relationships and interdependence remind us that we are co-creators with all that exists. As I … read more.
Our Unitarian Universalist roots are deep within the tradition of liberal Christianity. Among the sources from which we draw are Jewish and Christian teachings, which call us to respond to God’s love by loving our neighbors as ourselves. How might our heritage and these teachings … read more.
The annual celebration of our Flower Communion invites us to contemplate April’s theme of Emergence, reflected in the season of Easter, Passover, and Spring. As our sanctuary awakens in beauty with the color and form of flowers, we are reminded of the beauty of individual … read more.
What does it mean to be a people of balance? That is the question we are asked to consider this month. Other questions come to mind, as well. How do you know when your life is out of balance? How do you restore balance?
Keeping the … read more.
The theme for March is Balance. This Sunday’s sermon is based on a topic suggested by John Schweinsberg, who won the bid for Sermon Topic of Your Choice at a UUCH Service Auction. John’s interest in Game Theory led me to questions about … read more.
Where are we on our path to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Huntsville, that we have dreamed of becoming? This is the question we ask ourselves, as we consider the resources we will need to pave the path for the next steps of our journey.
Like … read more.
What does it mean to be a people of Perseverance? Could there be a better question for this time? The economic, social, and political realities dividing our nation are summoning us to a higher calling.
Last Sunday, our young people shared their thoughts on how our … read more.
Do your goals ever get in the way of your intentions? Or another question might be, is it possible to be intentional about how we achieve our goals? These are the questions I am asking myself, as I continue reflecting on our theme question for … read more.