We’ll hear the traditional stories of Jesus’ birth from the New Testament, and sing familiar carols, as we open up to the mystery and wonder in ordinary, overlooked, people.
Speaker: Rev. David Kohlmeier
…we’ll reconsider Mary, using the New Testament, the Qu’ran, and contemporary feminism.
Today is Rohatsu, or Bodhi Day: the day that many Buddhists around the world honor as the day the Buddha became enlightened. In honor of this day, we’ll look at the current Western obsession with Buddhist mindfulness, and what the secular form of this powerful … read more.
As is our annual tradition, in this service we’ll share cornbread and apple cider, and sing thanks and praise for all that is our life.
In Unitarian Universalism, one of the most important concepts is that of covenant. What is covenant? How does it define what it is to be a member of a UU congregation? How can it give guidance for navigating our personal lives? Let’s reflect together.
In our UUFF library hangs a stained glass window, with symbols of some world religions around a large cross. At some point this summer, the window was broken in the upper corner. Rev. David believes that this fracture now makes the window perfect. What on … read more.
In the ancient earth-centered traditions of Great Britain and Ireland, “Samhain” was one of the most important times of year. Meaning “summer’s end,” it was a time for both bringing in the last of the harvest, preparing for winter, and remembering our beloved dead. In … read more.