Scars are funny things. They tell the story of a life lived, but sometimes we can mistake them for shields. We can use them as a way to keep others at bay. Explore the idea of putting down these shields and working toward healing.
Speaker: Rev. Joe Cherry
We place a high value on perfection in our society, in continually working to improve ourselves and our world. We do this so thoroughly, that it is often an automatic impulse. How can we empower ourselves to embrace imperfection?
Life lessons tend to come to us not all at once, but little by little,day by day. Join Rev. Joe and the Religious Services Committee as we explore some of these lessons and how we use them as we try to become the best versions … read more.
Rev. Joe asks the question, “Why Belong?” What makes Unitarian Universalism, as some joke, the most Protestant of Protestants? How can a people of such varying theologies call themselves a community? Join us this Sunday for some potential answers.
Hands are complicated things, though we often take them for granted. What can hands symbolize and actualize? Join us this Sunday for a service that reconsiders the ordinary.
Juneteenth is a very important day of celebration in the history of African Americans. Come join us as we explore its history and implications.
Join Rev. Joe this Sunday as he shares reflections and some of the history of Gay Pride, as well as asks theological questions about pride.