On May 12, 1961, the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America merged to form our combined faith and the Unitarian Universalist Association. On this, the 60th anniversary of that merger, we will remember that history, reflect on how far our faith has … read more.
This Mother’s Day, join us for a service that explores the history of this celebration, honors the tension and complexity of this day, and celebrates the ways that we all can engage with love and nurturing. This Sunday we will also welcome three new members … read more.
A year ago today, we closed the doors of our church and went online for our first virtual service. After 52 Sundays of choosing love, safety, and commitment, we are here, holding our lessons and our losses so tenderly. In this service, we will reflect … read more.
Faith in Unitarian Universalism isn’t an intellectual exercise: it’s “heart” work. This full-length worship experience features a sermon by UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, as well as vibrant music, storytelling, and other worship elements that will help us to grow in spirit, in courage, and … read more.
Each winter our children in our CYRE program put on a pageant to retell the ancient story of a baby in a manger. This year will be a pageant like no other as we adapt this tradition and Joyce Poley’s beautiful pageant to fit our … read more.
Across culture and religious tradition, at this time of the year people of faith honor those who have died and connect more deeply with their ancestors. In this year where we have experienced so much death and grief, we need now more than ever space … read more.
This week, Martha Barnette, the co-host of NPRs “A Way With Words”, will lead our worship service. She will reflect on her dad’s personal story of being born into abject poverty in the mountains of North Carolina — literally in a log cabin! … read more.
This Sunday we celebrate our Annual Bread Sharing Service, by breaking bread together and sharing stories of the origin of the bread we bring. This service is multi-generational, although nursery care will be available for babies and the very young. Bread is called the “staff … read more.
This Sunday we will be considering the question, “What does it mean to be a community of story?” as we welcome visitors participating in the Interfaith Mission Service Hometown Pilgrimage. This is our opportunity to share our Unitarian Universalist story, as well as our welcoming … read more.