Weaving Our Lives

We are all tangled up together in a great web of life that is woven with beauty and hardship, love and loss, thriving and struggle. How do we tend well to the weaving so that all of us are held in care?

About the Speaker:

Rev. Molly Housh Gordon is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia, MO. She has been chosen by the leadership of the Unitarian Universalist Association to lead the service this Sunday, which will be broadcast throughout the United States and Canada.

The First Unitarian community in Louisville will gather in the sanctuary  to watch together a video of this shared sermon during GA, along with UUs across the country.

Zoom will not be available through our church streaming link for this special Sunday event.  However, the service will be available via Zoom at 1pm at the following link: https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2024/sunday-worship.   This is the ONLY time it will be available, it will NOT be posted on our church website.


In a world filled with division and challenges, the theme for General Assembly 2024 is a powerful reminder of the core principles that unite us as Unitarian Universalists. “Love Unites, Stories Ignite” celebrates the profound impact of love as a binding force that transcends boundaries and fosters connections within our faith community and beyond.

Our faith has always been rooted in the power of storytelling, and this year we’ll explore how our stories can ignite change, inspire compassion, and help us build a more just and equitable world. Through storytelling, we share our experiences, our dreams, our struggles, and our triumphs. It is through these stories that we can find common ground, deepening our understanding of one another and the world around us.