As we head into a season filled with reflections of capitalism inviting us away from our grounding in community and connection, what does it mean to be generous? In what ways can we slow down, notice the moments and find the beauty of this winter … read more.
What is this human capacity for forgiveness? Where does it come from? How can it save the world? Come and explore forgiveness through powerful stories and personal reflection on our own lives.
James Luther Adams, according to Wikipedia “the most influential theologian among American Unitarian Universalists in the 20th century” – and whose birthday is November 12th – is quoted as saying, “Church is a place where you get to practice what it means to be human.” … read more.
Generosity is the virtue of being liberal in our giving. Giving to others even when you don’t have to and treating other people how you would want to be treated is a simple way to express kindness. Join us as we explore the different ways … 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.
Join worship associate Tiffany Vencile during this service that will feature our own members as they reflect on the experience of being on the receiving end of generosity. Celebrate and witness those stories, which will invite you to reflect on generosity in your own … 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.
Fellowship member John Arbuckle will talk about one of the most abiding parables arising from the Christian tradition, a teaching that transcends the boundaries of any one religion and drives to the heart of what it means to be human.
John and Holly run Singing Pasture … read more.
Our world is full of women and men, young and old, who are suffering, who feel out of balance within themselves and in the world. Today we will think about the connection between hardship and happiness and explore some pathways to wholeness that are part … read more.