with Rev. Dr. Haywood Robinson, Imam Tarek Elgawhary, Rev. Barbara Breland, & other interfaith clergy
Where is the love? Every other news story relates to the eco-apocalypse, another war, a bigger wall… How can we create more love within our lives, our congregation and the world if we don’t always feel love or hope? Together we will explore cultivating a culture of love and hope.
Unitarian Universalism's 3rd Principle affirms and promotes a mature and engaged spirituality. What does it mean to grow spiritually? What does a mature spirituality look like? The service will investigate.
Start your New Year with a powerful, symbolic service of releasing the limitations and unwanted conditions of the past and entering freshly into the newness.This service will incorporate the rituals of the Burning Bowl, a fire ceremony that helps us name and let go of what holds us back —and make way for new beginnings and the promise of a wonderful year ahead!
This family friendly service will feature your favorite poetry as we co-create our worship service, while lounging in our PJs. After a busy holiday season, we will experience the healing power of collective rest. Bring your favorite poem, wear your PJs, and invite your most beloved stuffed animal to this worship service.