Speaker: Dave Dunn

Service of Remembrance

Please join us as we remember those who have passed over the course of the year. Let us remember how they have shaped our lives in ways we could not have imagined.

Trick or Treat for UNICEF. Blessing of the UUMAN Monsters.

Our Struggle With Mental Illness

Do we characterize mental ailments the same way we characterize physical ailments? Why or why not? How is mental health defined, arbitrated? Who gets to decide?

Intersex Awareness Day – October 26

The 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism

The UUA’s Principles and Purposes, detailed as part of Article II of the UUA Bylaws, were last updated in 1987. Although portions of Article II have been tweaked since that time, no thorough review has been done…until now. The inclusion of an 8th Principle is being discussed as part of the recommended changes.  How will we respond?

International Pronoun Day October 19 (Third Wednesday in October)

Healing and Care

It is inevitable. At some time, we will all be in need of healing. We will all be in need of care. And it is also inevitable that at some time, we will all have the opportunity to provide healing; and to provide care. The circumstances vary. They are often overwhelming. What does healthy healing and care look like?

The Wheel of Fortune

Fate and fortune have puzzled theologian, philosophers, all of humanity throughout human history. Is “what goes on here” defined by arbitrariness or is there some kind of puzzling direction to our existence? What are we to do?

Neighborhood Connections Ministry

Can we Nurture Our Spirit, Strive for Justice, and Transform the World one relationship at a time? By simply being present with and having a personal relationship with those in our community who are not necessarily like “us,” we can. How is this done?

I Think…Therefore I am Deluded

According to the ancient Indian sage Patanjali, in its most basic sense, yoga is the “cessation of the turning of thought.” Yet, modern western philosophy is said to start with Descartes who uttered his famous phrase “I think, therefore I am.” Well…what are we to make of this?

I’m Trying

As we start anew – a new church year, or perhaps a new school year – there will be initiatives and programs, successes and failures. Can we choose the lens through which we look at these things? What might be the healthiest lens?