Leaps of Faith

Unitarian Universalist history is an epic story of religious innovation. Over the last two centuries, our churches have produced bold thinkers who introduced new and at times controversial concepts of what our faith could become. We’ll talk about our journey from liberal Christianity to Religious … read more.

Celebrating Other People’s Holidays

From mid-November and mid-January, there are over 29 different holidays celebrated by people of diverse religions and cultures around the world. From Christmas and Solstice to Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, there are so many amazing stories and traditions from which to find meaning and direction. Rev. Bruce will explore how … read more.

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve Services at 5:30pm and 7:00pm

The coming of Christmas means carols, readings, stories and wonderful music from our Choir. Our Christmas Eve services this year will be on Monday night December 24 at 5:30pm and 7:00pm.  Bring your family and friends and join us in honoring … read more.

Looking Back and Looking Forward

The coming of a New Year offers us the opportunity to reflect on the past, how it has shaped us, and the need to learn from our missteps and regrets. It is also an opportunity to reaffirm our shared aspirations for what might and can … read more.

See Something, Say Something Part 2

The sacredness of things, places, people and experiences is not found within the things, places, people and experiences themselves. It is not found in our response to them. When what life offers up makes us fearful or fills us with awe, what is holy becomes … read more.

The Meeting of the Two Oceans

Universalism and the commonality found in all religions is a big idea that has emerged from many diverse thinkers in different places throughout human history. Our American religious forbearers expressed it in their own way in their time and we continue that tradition. On January … read more.

Justice is Not Black and White

We know that racial justice is about the “racial conditioning” and the insidious and often implicit attitudes about race we all carry forward from our history. But we often want to make it about white people and People of Color. On this Sunday before Martin … read more.

The UU Mind

As Unitarian Universalists, we have no creed and no shared vision of a mysterious God. Yet every Sunday we gather in our churches and fellowship halls. Why do we keep coming back, week after week and year after year? What are we striving for? … read more.