January 24th is the Sunday after Inauguration Day. What kind of challenges are coming our way? What will it take to be the resilient persons and resilient congregation 2021 needs us to be? To symbolize moving into a new future, and thinking beyond “blue states” … read more.
Speaker: Reverend David Kohlmeier
December 13th falls during Channukah (also spelled “Hannukah”). In keeping with our December theme, we’ll be especially exploring together what Channukah (and Judaism more broadly) might have to teach all of us about a spirituality centered on family.
We will learn about just how many of the familiar themes and meanings of what we think of as “Christmas” actually started with Universalists and Unitarians,
The service formally begins the holiday season with the first Sunday of Advent. Our current intention for Advent Sunday is for this to be a service devoted to healing and cultivating personal spiritual practices of self-care.
This service will also draw from the words and wisdom of Unitarian mystic and transcendentalist Margaret Fuller.