Our planet is under attack. And yet, it has existed for billions of years, in many different forms. Ultimately it is likely our planet will make it through our current climate crisis. It is resilient. Our human future is less assured. How do we live resiliently through such uncertainty in partnership with our earth?
Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn
Today we explore spiritual practices and art forms that can help us grow our resilience for challenging times. Join us for this practical service.
Life throws curve balls at us, whether in our personal lives, our work or from the world around us. Struggles, loss and challenges are an inevitable part of the human experience. Explore how we can find and strengthen our resilience during challenging times, so we can ride the waves of life with more grace, courage and resilience.
Services at 9:15 & 11:00
The start of a new year is a time of great possibility and opportunity to begin again. It’s especially powerful because of the collective sense of intention. This service will examine what it may mean to live with integrity in 2020, to make declarations to ourselves, our community and the world that we feel inspired by and committed to. Join us to explore living with integrity in 2020.
Christmas Eve Service at 5:00pm
Albert Einstein said: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” The Christmas story helps us remember the miracle of life and that truly, our every day existence is a miracle. Join us to celebrate Christmas Eve together with carols, community, cookies and candles and a UU interpretation of the Christmas miracle.
One Service at 10:00am
Bring the whole family and join us this Sunday for a warm and uplifting telling of The Nativity! Audience participation is strongly encouraged! Don your Christmas sweaters, ring your jingle bells, ready your Christmas cheer and prepare to celebrate this joyous holiday season in this all ages service.
As we approach the Winter Solstice, we take this opportunity of the darkest time of year to remember we live in a spectacular, awe-inspiring multi-verse. Today we celebrate the awesome magnificence of our universe and celebrate the sacred gift of being alive.
One Service at 10:00
As we welcome new members into our congregation today, we look at the roots and shoots of Unitarian Universalist community. During this week honoring the UU holiday “Chalica”, we invite you to join us to celebrate the history of Unitarian Universalist communities, as well as their future potential.
Services at 9:15 & 11:00
Our earth is a glorious gift to us. She is designed with perfect resources and systems that help humanity thrive. But what happens when we mistreat her and do not give back to her? What happens when we cease paying attention to the perfection inherent in our seeds and soil, in our water and air? This Sunday we attend to our earth, honoring her for her life-sustaining gifts. Join us for our annual bread ceremony giving gratitude for the abundance of our earth.
Services are at 9:15 and 11:00am
“We are slowed down sound and light waves, a walking bundle of frequencies tuned into the cosmos…. our bodies are the instruments through which our souls play their music…” wrote Albert Einstein. The first thing we hear in life is our mother’s heartbeat, and we join hers with our own. Our hearts beat a foundational rhythm in our lives. From birth to death, we are making and surrounded by sound, rhythm and music. Join us for an experiential journey as we pay attention to the role of rhythm, sound and music in our lives.