Our Third UU Principle affirms that we “encourage spiritual growth.” What do we mean by “spiritual”? How can someone have “spiritual growth” if they don’t believe in a God? We’ll explore this subject using insights from the teachings of Humanism.
Reverend David Kohlmeier
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Sunday we’ll lift up the voices and wisdom of two black voices from the Unitarian tradition, Fannie Barrier Williams and Frances Watkins Harper, and see what these two prophetic women have to teach us today about truly accepting … read more.
For much of the world, the Magi don’t arrive on Christmas Eve, but later, on Epiphany. This year we’ll be honoring Epiphany, using insights and customs from diverse cultures to help us better understand our Third UU Principle, and what it means to truly “accept … read more.
The Holidays are a time many of us associate with home, but for others this is a time of year for increased depression and loneliness. How can we find a way to feel truly at home this Holiday season? In this service we’ll explore what … read more.
Today we’ll celebrate the Winter Solstice and the shift from Fall to Winter. Our service will draw from the wisdom of Earth-Centered Traditions to help us endure the dark times as we wait for the light to return.
We’ll light the Hannukah candles and celebrate the wisdom of the Jewish tradition. Our focus will be on the Jewish teaching of “tikkun olam” or “repairing the world.” In a world with so much darkness, so much brokenness, how can we be partners in bringing … read more.
What does it mean to be “a good person”? With all the diversity of beliefs in our Fellowship, how do we know the right way to live every day? In this service for all ages we’ll lift up the emerging UU holiday of “Chalica,” and … read more.
The harsh divide between political conservatives and liberals in our country has perhaps never been as fierce as it is right now. What can we do? What does it mean to call ourselves “a liberal religion” in the 21st century? Is there a home for … read more.
As is our annual custom, we’ll share a symbolic meal of apple cider and cornbread, and take time to experience awe and gratitude for all the beauty and goodness of our lives.