As we begin to plan for the coming church year, we will be asking: “What is our vision for the new year and how through our love will we live and grow?”
Pastor AJ will be asking: How do we build community in an era that is filled with smartphones, social media, and technology that is dominating our lives? What does the modern church look like today and where is the future church going?
UUS member, Gary Davis, recounts an event that brought these three men: Tom Stephen, John Villela, Fred Villela, into his life one day and how three words saved his life. An ‘everyday miracle’ that changed all of them.
Endings are complicated, and can be painful and scary, but what lies beyond even the most shattering endings? We take time to consider imagination and the creative possibility of “what’s next?”
Resistance is NOT futile. From our earliest days, Unitarian and Universalists have resisted oppression in many forms. During this service we will be reflecting on why resistance is built into the DNA of who we are as UU’s in 2018.
“Using a razor and glue, Jefferson cut and pasted his arrangement of selected verses from the King James Version of the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in chronological order— to create a single narrative.” We will be exploring the life and message of Jesus through the eyes of Jefferson how these ideals have shaped … Continued
Unitarian Universalists take pride in our “open mindedness” and our “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” Does the fact that Mothers are being separated from their children at the border disturb you? Or that $700 billion is spent annually on the military? The topic is up to you. You’re invited (for 3 minutes) … Continued
Some say we must choose either to support the institutions that “run” our society or to speak out against the injustices they inevitably not only create, but also maintain against some groups of people. Is there a third alternative? Our service for this day will take on this theme and give us a description of … Continued
“Juneteenth Independence Day” or “Freedom Day” (June 19, 1865) is a lost holiday. Written out of most history books, most people do not know that Texas held a firm grip on slavery until 1865. We will be asking what it means to be a free in this country as person of color in 2018?
What does it mean to be Queer aka not being/living a heteronormative life in 2018? During this month when the people of this nation and around the world celebrate diversity, we will question: “What can we do to stop the hate being spread by our leaders?”