Happy Father’s Day! On this day we remember and honor fathers who come and go in our lives in a variety of ways. Some enter our lives through biology and others by choice. Fatherhood is about connection, a connection that transcends biology and proximity. It … read more.
Pastor AJ Blackwood MDiv.
Pastor, AJ Blackwood, joined by our talented Music Director, Leigh Garner and choir will share with you a message of inclusiveness, community, hope and inspiration. During this time together, we will be offered opportunities for exploring what it is to be a Unitarian Universalist … read more.
Come one, come all! Sound the Trumpet, the Universalists are coming! Join us this Sunday for an inspiring service led by Pastor AJ and the Onionaires under the direction of Music Director, Leigh Garner as we celebrate our Universalist heritage of welcome. This will … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, we work to de-centralize the powerful, the dominate and the majority. This often comes into conflict with social norms and celebrations. One such event is celebrating St Patrick’s Day. The message ofPatrick of bringing Christianity to Ireland was an attempt to … read more.
A service that reveals Mardi Gras and the tradition of entering a season of Lent and reflection.
What is love without compassion? It is love at all? Pastor AJ will be asking these questions of us Sunday morning. Often we hear about how people love their families but exile their children, love their country but fail to feed the poor, love … read more.
Join us for our reveal!
This art show will present to the congregation the Theology projects created by the participants of the Constructive Theology and Creative Expression workshop.
What is a Traditional Sunday Morning Service?
Pastor, AJ Blackwood, joined by our talented Music Director, Leigh Garner, … read more.
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 … read more.