Amidst all our theological diversity, our affirmation of pluralism, and our celebration of individual search for truth and meaning, what holds us together? Is there an essential unity in our diversity?
How do we as Unitarian Universalists use doubt as part of our faith development? How does doubt affect the way we lead our lives? The service will investigate.
Join us for a meditation-centered worship in which we will center ourselves on cultivating mindfulness and lovingkindness to find more peace in our lives.
Join us for Pride-focused worship organized by Community Minister Rev. Archene Turner and Rev. Katie with a focus on honoring the 50th anniversary of Stonewall. The share-the-plate at the service will benefit Casa Ruby in DC. Ruby Corado (the founder and current director of the organization) will attend the June 30th worship service; following the service there will be a reception for Ruby in the Library. All are welcome to meet Ruby and to learn about Casa Ruby's current work.
When we try to define our faith we inevitably fall into comparing it with other approaches to religion. Let us think about a way of being religious which some of us share with the evangelical fundamentalists.