Speaker: Rev. Matthew McHale
We continue our Sacred Cinema series with Beginners, a film about a young man whose widower father comes out of the closet in his 70s and shortly after is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Through this romantic comedy/drama about how deeply funny and transformative life can be—even at its most serious … read more.
Julie Borden, Worship Associate
A tradition we share with many UU congregations is to begin our new church year with a Water Communion, a ritual honoring our connections to this precious symbol of life and to each other. It is a time of Ingathering, of coming … read more.
David Early and Robin Wilkes, Worship Associate
Our relationship with work has shifted dramatically in the last few years. The strains and disruption caused by the pandemic, and a resurgent labor movement, have many people asking if there is another way to work and live. Join … read more.
Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal faith, not a creedal faith. We are united not by our beliefs but our commitments to one another. This Sunday we explore how that came to be and what that means for us.
Part 3 in a 4 part series on … read more.
Linda Fitzgerald, Worship Associate
Why is UUism so difficult to explain? Can it really be a religion if it has no single creed, or belief? What do UUs believe in common?
David Early, Worship Associate
As Unitarian Universalists, we are a theologically diverse religious community. The people we sit next to on Sunday don’t all share the same beliefs. It makes people wonder if UUs can believe whatever they want, but is that true?
This is part 1 … read more.
Melissa Marote, Worship Associate
Theologian Reinhold Niebuhr said, “Nothing that is worth doing can be achieved in our lifetime; therefore we must be saved by hope.” With so much in the world in need of fixing or saving, it can become disheartening when things don’t change … read more.