Throughout our lives we are part of covenants – some spoken and some unspoken. Let us explore what they are and how they inform the cycles of our lives.
Speaker: Rev. Mitra Rahnema
Unitarian Universalists often talk about the worth and dignity of every person. Today we look at how this principle informs our church structures and why it is vital to our religious future.
We often hear the term beloved community and we might have a sense of what that means. Today we unwrap the notion of beloved and explore the building blocks of a beloved life. Today, we also return to our church services at 9:00 and 11:00 … read more.
Join in a Vespers and Labyrinth service. 7:00 pm in Wylder Hall.
“Let me open my mind and my heart to a place of quiet, to the silent prayer for the healing of pain and the soft gentle coming of love.” -unknown
The church is unexpectedly going through a significant transition in ministry. We will explore the experience of transition as we deal with it as individuals and as a community.
Perhaps you have heard the expression, “Life happens while you are busy making other plans.” Which leads us to wonder what we might do with unexpected life? Today, we take a look at our life plans and our recalculations.
We will also hold a Child Dedication … read more.
In a world where “news” of doom feels like a daily event, it is easy to be overwhelmed and lose track of the existence of joy. As Rev. Mitra returns from sabbatical, and we begin exploring the August theme of reconnecting, we will spend this … read more.
Rev. Mitra Rahnema
Wikipedia says a Pilgrimage is “a journey or search of moral or spiritual significance.” It is the intentional search for the holy land of our souls. Today, on Reverend Mitra·s last Sunday before her Sabbatical, we explore that search for what is sacred … read more.
Rev. Mitra Rahnema
On this first day of a new year let us embody the acts of releasing that which we want to let go of, receiving the love that sustains us, and using it to imagine what we might rebuild to bless the world. Let … read more.