May 19th is the rare Sunday where our two Sunday services will be different. It's our annual Rites of Passages Day! Our 9 am service will feature a service about transitions, especially our high school graduating seniors, as we honor Bridging. Our 11 am service will feature our 9th Grade Coming of Age Class and their creedos for their annual service.
Families are on an unsustainable treadmill, inundated with perfection and technology. How have we become more and more disconnected to one another and more connected to our machines? When do we take the time to stop, unplug and just enjoy being with one another; sharing intimate, connecting moments? How can we Unitarian Universalists be a sanctuary from the demands of the world? The service will also feature a child dedication ceremony.
Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. The fasting is an obligatory act — one of the Five Pillars of Islam, rooted in a commitment to focus and to cleanse mind, body, and spirit. For Muslims, Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection, renewal, and recommitment. So, what does curiosity have to do with all this? Come, find out.
Join us for our annual celebration of Holi & the Colors of Spring! Join us for a joyous celebration of the Hindu festival Holi. Service participants to come. We will worship together with music and dance, and then head to the courtyard for the throwing of the colors! All are welcome to this family-friendly event.
This year marks the 49th annual celebration of Earth Day in the United States. That means there are nearly two whole generations of earthlings incorporating this day of appreciation and learning into their lives. Join intern Christin Green to explore life-giving responses to our planet.