Please join us for our annual poetry service, led by Jim Saunders. This year, the selections will be poems from UU sources.
Speaker: Jim Saunders
Philosophy in the West tells us that our goals, that which we don’t yet possess, are achieved through striving and effort. Many Eastern philosophies seem to work in reverse – that much of what we seek is inherent. What can this mean for us?
Two Christmas Eve Services!
Christmas Pageant: Join us at 4:00 PM for a special re-telling of the nativity story and a powerful message of inclusion and love. Our pageant is participatory and great fun. There’s room in the stable for EVERYONE!
Candlelight Service: Be a part of a reflective, … read more.
Our work here at UUMAN can often lead to conflict. Conflict can be a healthy indication of active engagement. It can also lead to hurt and harm. How can we at UUMAN deal with this hurt and harm in constructive ways to continue to move … read more.
In the late 19th century, a radical band of pioneering women ministers, defying the Unitarian establishment; founded, nurtured and grew dozens of congregations throughout the Midwest. They are now largely forgotten. How might we hold on to our UU heritage that is often plagued by … read more.
A culture built on competition and exclusion does not promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person; we all suffer for that. It falls to those who believe in the power of love to demonstrate it in our lives, in relationship, in a way that advances in … read more.
Members will share their original poems. This service has been treasured by our congregation in the past, so come and be a part of the transformation this year.
To see ourselves as belonging to nature is a more persuasive rationale for sustainability than to perpetuate the notion that we are separate, isolated, and that our very existence is a threat to life on earth. It’s time for a new story.
Join us … read more.