Many people believe that writers and artists find it easy to be creative. On Sunday, Marilyn Morton and Ron Ruscillo will tell you about their struggles and work to find a creative way to express themselves, and how you can find your own creative expression.
In sixteenth-century Transylvania, Unitarian congregations were established for the first time in history when the Protestant Reformation took hold in the remote mountains of Transylvania in eastern Europe.
Here the first edict of religious toleration in history was declared in 1568 during the reign of the … read more.
Our last service of the year will be an Inter-generational service, open to all ages. Join us as we share our own holiday traditions and celebrate the diversity within our church family. Doris Dent will be leading us in this exploration. Wife, mother, and grandmother, … read more.
Gather for our Christmas Eve Service. Pastor AJ Blackwood, MDiv will deliver a sermon of love and special meaning, with songs for all ages. There will be a light supper to follow. All are welcome, members, friends, and visitors.
Please plan to arrive at 5:30 to … read more.
Leigh Garner, Director
Come enjoy our annual holiday service of music and song with the Onionaires’ choir, guest musicians and vocalists Alan Rivas, Anita Beckenstein, Suzanne Duffy, and Coril Prochnow. It’s a Sunday service not to be missed!
Speaker: Robin Stillwater
“World community with peace, liberty, and justice for all” is a Unitarian Universalist Principle. And yet, there are Unitarian Universalists who choose to serve in the military in a variety of capacities. How do these things go together? How can these Unitarian Universalists … read more.
Music: Leigh Garner and the Onionaires.
Discover the celebration and ideas of Chalica, a newer holiday organized around Unitarian Universalist principles.
Chalica begins on the first Monday in December and lasts seven days. Each day, a chalice is lit and the day is spent reflecting on the meaning … read more.
Our Contemplative Service will deliver the sound of the famous 7th century Gregorian Chant Jesu Christi Third Mass for Christmas Day.
Our Principles as Unitarian Universalists open us to look at different paths. Today we explore the journey and passion that led to this extraordinary music for … read more.
As president of the oldest progressive Muslim organization in the U.S. Ani will talk about her work, the human rights advocacy work in the U.S., the U.N., and globally.
Music: Carol Leigh Garner and the Onionaires.
As we come into the holiday season and look forward to the celebration of Thanksgiving, we often experience mixed emotions about what we are graced with, what we want that we don’t have, and who in our community is … read more.