We are two weeks from the end of the DACA program and over 800 thousand people will become once again at risk for deportation because of the failure of our governments to function and to protect its people. How can open our community to not only the 800 thousand but also their countless family members.
Many say the ultimate gift of love is letting go of one’s loved one at the time of their death. We will be reflecting on what it means to “give permission” to a terminally ill loved one to transition from this reality to the next as a gift of unconditional love.
The crossing point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, we begin to feel an awakening; a stirring of all-that-is-possible. This is a time to invite Brigid into the home, invoking poetry, fertility, growth and protection. This morning we will make space and set intentions, cleaning house as we wind our way in to an abundant … Continued
Norma Cumpian, of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, will discuss her work in the non-profit/justice reform sector. Firsthand experience of the challenges of reentry, makes her a compassionate and effective guide for people learning to navigate society following release from prison.
As we bring to a close a week when many in this country have honored and memorialized the life and death of Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr, Pastor AJ and Barrie Hafler will reflect on what it is to be a UU in todays world where it seems racial tensions are growing and being … Continued
On this weekend when many honor the work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and as we prepare for the 2nd Annual National Women’s March on 1/20. We will be reflecting on the history of and new women’s movement in our Unitarian Universalist traditions and how it is changing our world.
We will be starting our month of Freedom off with a message from our own Rev. Carletta Aston with reflections on the book entitled The 8 Laws of Change by Stephen A Schwartz.
For some, 2017 has been especially difficult given our current political climate. Join us for a service that will release us from 2017 and provide hope that in the new year we will find the light of a clear blue morning that lies ahead.
In honor of Christmas Eve we will be having a different Sunday service schedule. Join us for our Christmas Eve Service Gathering and Social – 5 PM followed by the Eve Service at 5:30 PM. Refreshments – 6:30 PM. We will not be having service for the morning of December 24th but the Onion sanctuary will be open from … Continued
Our Choir directed by Leigh Garner and accompanied by Liya Melikyan and guest musicians will present an array of musical pieces from Purcell and Bach to African Noels. Come celebrate with us!