Speaker: Rev. Jill Cowie

Memorial Day Sunday

Chris Hedges says “War is a force that gives us meaning.” Join us and share in the meaning making of our very own Imre Toth who traveled to Vietnam this year to revisit the places he served as a medical doctor for the armed forces. … read more.

A New Way of Being

UU minister Victoria Safford says, “The awakened eye is a conscious eye, a willful eye, and brave, because to see things as they are, each in its own truth, will make you very vulnerable. An eye that invites a kind of curiosity with the courage … read more.

Music Sunday

The Harvard UU Church Choir will present the Spring 2019 Music Sunday next week, May 12 during the regular Sunday Service. This year we’ve chosen to present Frostiana, Seven Country Songs, based on music by Randall Thompson with words by Robert Frost. During the service … read more.

Bound by Covenant

We are bound by covenant, each to each and each to all, by what theologian Rebecca Parker calls “freely chosen and life-sustaining interdependence.” The central question for us is not, “What do we believe?” but more, “What do we believe in? To what larger love, … read more.

Perspectives on Wholeness

We will finish out the month of April still considering what it means to be a people of wholeness. This time we will focus on what is wholeness from a Hindu perspective. We will be joined by our friend Neelkanth Mishra. Along with a few … read more.

The Good Life

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The Reverend Peter Gomes of blessed memory, tells us Easter is not just about Jesus, it is about you. He has claimed his new life, now is your chance to claim yours. Time for you to make your way from the empty tomb to … read more.

Through the Gates

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This Sunday will be the beginning of the Easter journey as we stand at the gate, preparing to enter Jerusalem, the site of so many “thresholds” in the life of Jesus and the disciples–and by extension, the thresholds of our lives. On Palm Sunday, … read more.

Through the Gate (Palm Sunday)

This Sunday will be the beginning of the Easter journey as we stand at the gate, preparing to enter Jerusalem, the site of so many “thresholds” in the life of Jesus and the disciples–and by extension, the thresholds of our lives. On Palm Sunday, hope … read more.

Becoming Practically Imperfect

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Author Brene Brown says, “Perfectionism is a self- destructive belief system that says, ‘If I look perfect, and do everything perfectly, I can avoid or minimize the painful feelings of shame, judgment, and blame.’” This is self-destructive. On the other hand, learning to be … read more.