(If this service is canceled due to weather, join Rev. Erika on the Zoom videoconferencing platform at 10:30 a.m. for a brief and informal service. Go to www.Zoom.us, click the blue link that says “Join a meeting,” and enter 749-979-5863.)
Speaker: Rev. Erika
We’re all aging, all the time—which dismays some of us. However, in the words of Ashton Applewhite, “Not dealing with aging is a way of not dealing with living.” Today we’ll explore ageism, and the spirituality of aging.
Please stay after worship (noon-1:30 p.m.) for an … read more.
Throughout our Unitarian and Universalist histories, ordinary people were finding ways to be justice-makers in bold and secret ways. This morning we’ll celebrate some of the unknown stories of our underground prophets.
Our SHARE THE PLATE offering will be given to MUUSAN: our Maine UU … read more.
Unitarian theologian James Luther Adams posited that human beings become human by making individual and collective promises. As UUs, our promises extend to the vulnerable and the fragile—and live at the heart of our justice work.
This service will include special music by Jud Caswell … read more.
We’ve all been hurt. When we replay and revisit the hurts we’ve suffered, sometimes we’re able to come to terms with that hurtful past. As Mark Nepo points out, that coming to terms can be called both healing and forgiveness. Join us as we explore … read more.
One of the most important relationships of our lives is the one we have with ourselves. What happens when trusting our own self — our intuition, experience, or truth — puts us at odds with the people we care about?
Our SHARE THE PLATE offering … read more.
In July, Rev. Erika conducted an unusual social experiment: she stopped strangers on the street and offered them a dollar … for what? Come find out — and hear what giving money to strangers has to do with our Fellowship.
This service will include our annual … read more.
Our SHARE THE PLATE offering will be announced in the Sunday bulletin.
Sometimes we read the sermon description to decide whether to come to church. Rev. Erika suggests that our relationships with one another are reciprocal in life-giving ways, and the question of “What will I receive?” might not be as important as “Who might need me … read more.