Come celebrate with us at our annual rites of passage service! We will be recognizing our Coming of Age Youth, our Bridging Youth, as well as our newborns (and relatively newborns) in a Naming Ceremony.
Sola fide is Latin for “faith alone” – justification or salvation by faith alone. This Protestant doctrine is held by many Christians. But what about those who are not Christian or theists? Faith in what? Among many answers might “the stranger” be the answer that provides the most meaning?
Members of UUMAN attended the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists conference which met in Kathmandu, Nepal in February. They then traveled to the Khasi Hills of India to visit our partner church in Mawsynjri. What can we do to be more closely connected to one another?
We hope that UUMAN can help enlighten, enrich and empower our lives. If this is the case, can it be said that UUMAN sustains us in some way? How can UUMAN do this? How do we sustain UUMAN in return?
What would the river say to us, if we were would ever take the time to listen? What would the river teach us, if we would truly be open to learn? What could the river be to us, and what could we be to it?
When facing today’s political headwinds, it is most important for UUMAN to be spiritually connected to its ministry (i.e. how we serve our mission both within our walls and beyond). Such ministry is impossible without a forward-thinking plan for financial sustainability and resilience. Are we … read more.
Why should we pray? How can we pray? What is the point of prayer? Are prayers ever answered? Are we supposed to get a response? Prayer is a confusing, confounding topic for many Unitarian Universalists. Might we be able to approach prayer from a new … read more.