We conclude our month reflecting on various aspects of “covenant” by taking in more wisdom from our faith’s Jewish heritage, specifically the Feast of Sukkhot. In this wilderness-journey of life, in times of great uncertainty and fragility, who will we be with and for each … read more.
Reverend David Kohlmeier
In this service we’ll honor the end of Summer and the beginning of Autumn. The Fall Equinox is one of two times a year that day and night are of equal length, so this is good time to remember what it means to be in … read more.
In this time before Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, we pause to reflect on what it means to break covenant, to damage our relationships with one another, and how we set things right again. We’ll draw from the wisdom of the Jewish tradition as … read more.
Our annual Water Communion is a ritual that reminds us of our deep connection with one another. Everyone is invited to bring water from their summer experiences, which we’ll unite into a common vessel as a symbol for how our many lives join together to … read more.
For Labor Day weekend, Rev. David will share some of the wisdom from the West Virginia coal miners in his family, and some lessons for all of us from union struggles past and present.
2018 saw the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass: one of the greatest voices of freedom and protest in American history. We’ll consider what Douglass has to say to us today about freedom, oppression, and the complex reality of America.
This special service will be a live broadcast from the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly in Kansas City, Missouri, with sermon by our UUA President: the Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray.