What do you know about the second “U”—you know, the “Universalist” part of our name? There’s a rich history to explore. Universalism holds some loving ideas, some lofty ideals, and plenty of conflict. This week we’ll finish off our month of looking at Love by … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Joe Cherry
Love is our theological theme for February. Don’t worry! This service is not all about romantic comedies. Join us as we consider the different ways humanity shares love.
February is Black History Month and this Sunday Rev. Joe will take us through some of the history of our Universalist and Unitarian for-bearers and how they engaged in the questions of race. It’s not all good news.
On the 50th Anniversary of the historic Supreme Court decision that guaranteed abortions in the United States, Rev. Joe will share the history, frustrations and hopes for the story of where we are now.
You’re invited to an afternoon service of Christmas carols and Christmas stories. Come along for this festive, tender, and joyous service that takes place at 4 PM.
Join us this Sunday as we explore the meaning(s) of life through the lyrics of Stevie Wonder, artist extraordinaire. What can we learn about ourselves and the world from an artistic career that started in 1963 and continues to today?