Speaker: Rev. Valerie Freseman
Our annual service of remembrance for those of this beloved community who have passed on. If you are willing and able, please bring a photo or memento of someone who has passed for our ancestor altar.
Our Unitarian Universalist conception of covenant is at the heart of our theology and our beliefs of what makes for human flourishinng. Come learn how we can be both Seekers and Finders because of our emphasis on promises, rather than punishment.
A service of planting seeds and preparing the earth for a new season of hope.
A service centered around the importance of being authentic about who we are – and how we let others do the same.
On this Sunday before April Fool’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate our capacity for Joy.
This service is a celebration of heroes and saints – and all the lessons we learn from them.
Unitarian Universalism has always prioritized the “free and responsible search” for truth and meaning. Yet, with so many beliefs present amongst us, what can we say is our bedrock, our “constant”?