Topic: Beloved Community

Building Beloved Community: Part 2

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Going Deeper — Going farther

Martin Luther King developed his notion of Beloved Community based on Ghandi’s practice of Nonviolence. Beloved Community is a phrase that has gained some traction. In this 2 -part service, Rus Funk will provide a deeper overview … read more.

Agree in Love

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A covenant is a set of promises that we make to one another, in a Unitarian Universalist religious community, in light of something larger than ourselves. A covenant is a commitment to the relationships we have with one another … read more.

Are You Connecting?

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Discovering the right spiritual community is an important search. We are all looking for connections that will bring fulfillment and opportunities for further growth. In this service we will hear stories from a diverse group … read more.

Illuminations: UU General Assembly ’22

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Each year our denomination meets for a 5-day gathering that encompasses a plethora of workshops, special worship services, and lectures, designed as a mosaic to touch the heart, soul, and business of our faith.  This … read more.

Bread Communion:Lughnasadh/Lammas

On Aug. 2, join Linette Lowe for a Bread Communion service in recognition of Lughnasadh/Lammas.  The first Sunday in August has long been a celebration of the first harvest among Earth-centered traditions. We will participate together virtually in a Bread Communion ritual, so plan to … read more.

White Privilege and Intentionality

In these days of intensified civil unrest due to continued acts of violence against people of color, many people are calling for accountability. This Sunday Rev. Lori explores the issue of accountability, including the intentionality required to come to terms with the realities of our … read more.