The Flower Communion, created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, is an annual ritual that celebrates peace, beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Please bring a few flowers to share.
By definition, in a completely interdependent, interconnected universe, we all have a role to play.
What is our role supposed to be? Might there be a role destined for us? Can we discover it?
This will be a New Member service.
Transgender Day of Visibility (March 31).
What are families all about? What constitutes a family? What is a “nuclear” family? Does “family” mean different things to different people, different cultures? How does our perspective on what a family is inform our judgments?
This service will be held in-person at UUMAN.
It is also available via our YouTube channel as a livestream service.
After meeting virtually for the past twenty months, please join us for an in-person water communion ingathering. Since most of us have spent the vast majority of the last twenty months at home, please bring a sample of your sacred home tap water to be … read more.
Based on a poem by the Rev. Rebecca Parker, your UUMAN Board looks at what our church roles are and for what greater purpose we serve.
Channeling Theodore Parker, sociologist Nicholas Christakis says, “The arc of our evolutionary history is long, but it bends towards goodness.” Might this be true? How could that possibly be?
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.
If there was one thing you wanted people to know, what would it be?