Speaker: Rev. Lori Kyle
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This Sunday we begin our exploration of salvation and wholeness. The concept of salvation is typically associated with religious beliefs but we live in a generally secular society that does not place emphasis on religious matters (or, as UU’s would say, things of the Spirit). … read more.
This Sunday marks the beginning of our annual stewardship campaign. In the spirit of the theme This Is Us! we will kick off this important season in our church year by celebrating where we’ve been, who we are, and where we aspire to go together … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, many of us are deeply moved by ideals fueled by justice. And from justice often emerges an appreciation for outcomes based on fairness. This Sunday we will explore how surrendering our inclination towards fairness frees us to consider embracing forgiveness
As Presidents Day 2020 nears, we consider the establishment of the American presidency, as well as the individuals who have held this office. This Sunday we will examine the intersections and complexities that three of our Presidents – Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln – had with … read more.
The New York Times has described Mary Oliver as “far and away, this country’s best-selling poet.” Sometimes criticized for the simplicity of her prose, part of her widespread appeal is indeed the simplistic and even conversational manner in which she writes. Seemingly without design, her … read more.
The Martin Luther King holiday is one of commemoration and inspiration. On this Sunday we will remember his unrelenting efforts to unify humanity beyond the bounds of race. We will also explore drawing deepened inspiration from this extraordinary civil rights leader from an “un-sanitized” version … read more.
A well know Bible verse says that we do not light candles to be put under bushel baskets but to lift up on hills for all to see. Sometimes it’s not that the light has been hidden, but that we haven’t journeyed far enough to … read more.
Join us for our annual holiday Vespers service on the evening of Christmas Eve. The theme for our service this year is compassion. Through this celebration we open our hearts and minds to the experiences of others. This is especially relevant in these days when we … read more.