As of June 13th, our zoom worship services have ended. With the exception of the August 1 Union Service which we are hosting for 10 congregations this year. The link on our website (the same one we have been using) will be active for this … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jill Cowie
On Sunday we gather in person and outside to celebrate our perseverance and caring presence we have nurtured during the last 15 months. In particular we want to bless the families for their endurance and on-going participation in our church since zoom worship has not … read more.
On this day we come together to not only to worship but to be stewards of our church in our annual business meeting that follows. To remind ourselves as we do that the reason this church exists is to call forth courageous and transformative ministries … read more.
“Last night, as I was sleeping, I dreamt—marvelous error!— that I had a beehive here inside my heart. And the golden bees were making white combs and sweet honey from my old failures.” These words by the poet Anthony Machedo highlight the truth that … read more.
The Sufi Poet Hafiz writes, “why not become the one who lives with a full moon in each eye that is always saying, with that sweet moon language, what every other eye in the world is dying to hear? He is urging us, as … read more.
Join me and the UU Urban Ministry staff in a service that invites you to live into a vision of care taking that centers racial justice. A vision that invites a quality of care and presence that challenges the inequities, honors the resilience, and … read more.
Catholic theologian J.M. Nouwen once said: “Every human being has a great, yet often unknown gift; to care, to be compassionate, to become present to the other; to listen, to hear; and to receive. If that gift would be set free and made available, miracles … read more.
Pete Seeger once said, “The key to the future of the world is finding the optimistic stories and letting them be known.” So true! There is a new story unfolding. A regenerative one in which humanity’s social and economic structures and practices are … read more.
For 1500 years the Gospel of Mary disappeared, but as anthropologists have pieced together 3 discovered fragments, (half of the Gospel) a conversation between Mary Magdalene and Jesus emerges that gives new meaning to resurrection and how to find “the child of humanity within.” … read more.
In ancient Buddhist literature, worldly miracles are often accompanied by the brilliance of birds as beings that abide in perfect “emptiness” or what Thich Nhat Hanh refers to as “inter-being”, the sense of being empty of a separate self. Join us for a celebration … read more.