Join us on the morning of Christmas Eve for a “lessons and carols” service featuring stories of Unitarian Universalist contributions to the way we celebrate Christmas today. We will hold a single service this morning at 10:30am. This morning service is the only … read more.
Speaker: Brett Raunig
In 1863, Olympia Brown was ordained as a Universalist minister, becoming the first woman to be ordained with the official approval of a national denomination. Her journey to win that right on behalf of women was beset by setbacks, scorn, and ridicule. Not only did … read more.
We return to two services this morning after several covid years of a single service! Join us for this “annual” ingathering service as we make room for more people to attend in person. Both services will be accessible online as well. You … read more.
When we consider the Christian story of Easter, we get bogged down with the ideas of suffering, sin, and proof of the resurrection. What can we learn from the Christ story? How can we keep our hearts open to mystery? To miracles?