According to ancient folklore, the boundary between our world and the otherworld is particularly thin during All Hallows Eve and All Hallows Day. How can we be more connected to that which is beyond ourselves?
Speaker: Paula Watson
Our new UUA president, Susan Frederick-Gray, says that “our public justice work is an outward manifestation of our community’s spiritual growth.” When we reach out for help ourselves or in order to help others, we often find ourselves reaching in for spiritual resources to meet … read more.
Please join us in celebrating the growing relationship of UUMAN with our partner church in Northeast India. We will explore the historical roots of the Unitarian church in the Khasi Hills and learn some of the differences between our churches and our cultures.
Please join us as we consider the future of our faith in light of concerns about how well its management reflects its membership, the recent gathering of representatives from its congregations, the election of a new spiritual leader, and a renewed commitment to becoming a … read more.
Many might describe “Faith” as believing in something untrue or something that can’t be proven. How do we come to know the “truth?” What constitutes proof? With this, can religious faith actually be deemed rational? (This sermon was generously purchased by Bob Mihalik at our … read more.
We have learned much from the prayerful actions at Standing Rock. We know the serious injustices visited on the First Peoples of this land by the original colonizing powers and by the current powers-that-be. Do you have a role in reclaiming the integrity of your … read more.
Please check back for details of this multi-generational service.
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.
“All things invite us,
Now to delight us . . . ”
– from Sing We and Chant It
This Sunday’s service is music-filled and joyous; you won’t want to miss it! At this intergenerational service for all ages, you will hear the Family Choir, the … read more.
This year’s Common Read is The Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice Movement, by Rev. Dr. William Barber II. We encourage members to read the book during the month of October, but having read the book or not … read more.