Speaker: Dave Dunn

Do We Want to Grow?

We seem to circle back to this question time and time again…year after year. I’d like to approach this question from a direction in which you might not be accustomed.

New Member Sunday.

We’ll do it LIVE via Zoom.

Link here:

https://zoom.us/j/97053159758?pwd=VjdXLzRQdGN4amcwZFFJVTZuTXIyZz09

Free and Clear?

We all want things “free and clear”…free from encumbrances, ties and restrictions. When we reflect upon who we are, what we possess, what we have, how much of that do we view as free and clear?

Beyond Our Limits

What limits do we place upon ourselves? Do we search for truth, meaning, love, etc., in “all the wrong places?”  What new dreams must we dream?

Friedman’s Fables

Through story, parable and fable, rabbi, and family therapist Edwin Friedman portrays a “systems theory” of human behavior. How does this theory govern behavior in our families, workplaces and congregations?

This is a 50/50 Sunday

(No Religious Exploration classes for Children & Youth, these resume next Sunday, January 10.)

Candlelight Christmas Eve Service

Let us share the warmth of this holiday season in joyful celebration. May the glow of our candles symbolize the hope that will sustain us through the dark times of winter and throughout the coming year. Please have candles that can be lit handy.

This service … read more.

Jesus, May I Ask You Something?

Jesus of Nazareth was undoubtedly one of the most influential figures in human history. How might he respond to the needs of our world today?

50/50 Family Promise

God Reimagined

Are we stuck in thinking about God as the Judeo/Christian God? As a being in whose image we were created? As an omnipotent, omniscient being? Can we expand our imagination?

America’s Native Stories

The story of Thanksgiving goes back to the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock.

Yet before they were here, there were already people here – loving their loved ones and living their lives. Let’s hear some of their stories – stories of creation, stories of love, and the ubiquitous trickster tales.

(No Religious Education/Exploration this week)

Virtual Bread Communion

What foods bring your family together?  Fried Green Tomatoes? Barbecued Ribs? Chocolate Chip Cookies? In this service, we’ve asked UUMANites to submit short videos and/or photos of themselves, families or friends along with the food items that bring them together and to speak … read more.

What Did We Learn?

What did we learn over the course of the last four years in our democracy? What does our learning compel us to do? Congregants will be sharing their perspectives on this topic.