Dave Dunn

Faith Formation 2020

What does “faith formation” mean to a Unitarian Universalist? How do you respond when people criticize UUism for being a faith where you can believe in “whatever you want?” If you believe that your faith (or philosophy of living (and dying)) is important … read more.

Engaging in UUMAN’s Vision

We all know UUMAN’s mission statement, but what is UUMAN’s “Vision” for the future? Where are we headed…and why are headed there? How can you participate in the creation of our shared vision together?

Expanding Sanctuary

Service Description: What is sanctuary? Is it something specific or might it be a continuum of activities and initiatives? El Refugio is a ministry of hospitality and visitation serving immigrants at Stewart Detention Center and their families and friends. The leaders of El Refugio … read more.

Water Communion Ingathering Service

Join us as we celebrate our annual ingathering with our traditional water communion service. Please bring a sample of your sacred waters gathered from the summer. (If you forgot to collect water this summer; no worries, we will have some symbolic water for … read more.

UUMAN Rites of Passage

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.

The Stranger and I

Justification or salvation by faith alone is a 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?

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Words that Heal

Have you regretted not saying what could have been said? Have you regretted not giving someone what you could have given? All of us likely have such regrets. Let us explore intentionality in expressing what is needed for ourselves and others.

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The Stranger and I

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?