A celebration of gratitude for the blessings of our lives.
The Rev. Steve Cook
Veterans Day reminds of us that the history of our country has been, and still is, entangled with war.
One of the most consequential election days of contemporary times is upon us. What does it mean when all sides characterize their opponents as thieves?
As we look toward the ancient holidays of All Saints and All Souls Days, our Universalist heritage reminds us that there is more to them than candy and costumes.
The very same quality that allows the world and all of us to change and grow in wonderful ways also allows hurricanes, floods and people to make bad decisions.
Today is our Dedicated Offering Sunday.
A celebration of autumn. Please join us for this intergenerational service.
If there is a Unitarian Universalist “Freedom of the Pulpit” is there not also a concomitant “Freedom of the Pew?”
Unitarian Universalism upholds “Freedom” as a basic value. How do our ministers and we manifest that rather abstract concept when we are challenged over deeply held principles?
As we return to our full schedule of fellowship and worship after a summer of reduced church engagement for many, we will use the sharing of water as a symbol of commitment to our Society and to the world.