Service description TBA.
Speaker: Dave Dunn
Augustine of Hippo was perhaps the most influential (and controversial) of the Roman Catholic Church Fathers yet his influence went far beyond Christian theology. His stamp on Western philosophy and Western Civilization is still being felt today. How do we make sense of him today?
Why are we here? What is the meaning of life? What if there is no “reason” for us being here? What if there is no higher “meaning?” What if this is truly all absurd? Can life still be loved”
Join us as we celebrate our annual ingathering with our traditional water communion service with a virtual spin. Have your sacred waters gathered from the summer on hand.
This election is one of the most important in modern times. A lot is at stake and UUs are compelled to be active participants in this democratic process. How can we be involved given our physical restrictions?
Join Nicole Pressley—national organizer of the campaign UU the Vote— and leave with concise and specific actions we can each take from the comfort of our couches.
In just a few short months, our world has forever changed. We have become intimately aware that the causes of despair, anxiety, and suffering are often beyond our control. What are we to do? What can we do when faced with such circumstances?
Join us for our annual Rites of Passage service. We will honor our Coming of Age Youth as they bridge to Youth Group, and our Senior Youth as they bridge to Young Adults.
Our 50/50 recipient is Project Semicolon.
The service this week will be on Zoom.
Last week, Rev. Kim offered her front-line reflections as to how we can care for our spirits in this unprecedented time. This week, let us explore the same theme yet from the other direction – the rearguard. What might this mean?
YouTube Live link: https://youtu.be/abl-LjniC2Y