The first PRIDE was a riot! Now there are pride parades and events throughout the year, many in June near the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Today we honor both the celebrations and the sorrows of such anniversaries.
Speaker: Rev. Holly Brown
What are the blessings in our lives that sustain us? Let us be inspired by our first source which states: Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which move us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life.
Building trust takes time but it can be broken in a moment and all the more complex to rebuild. The breach in trust can have long-lasting impacts in families, churches, or organizations. Being a covenantal faith calls us work to repair and nurturing relationships. You now have the opportunity to attend worship in person (no reservations
This Sunday, we welcome and celebrate the newest members of the congregation. Our vision statement reminds us that we are a community of communities diverse in body and spirit. To more fully live into this as a congregation we strive to create a space where people can bring their whole selves. You now have the opportunity
This month we explore the notion of beauty – the beauty of the natural world and the beauty of human diversity. As Unitarian Universalists we strive to create a more just and loving world that truly embraces all. You now have the opportunity to attend worship in person (no reservations required) and virtually via Zoom.
Mental Health and Mental Illness have an impact on everyone in some way. Stigma is not only harmful it is discriminatory and can be deadly when it prevents people from seeking the help they need. Awareness and acceptance is essential so we may support and hold one another as fully as possible. You now have the
This Easter Sunday, we hold our Flower Communion utilizing a twist on the banner with hand prints as flowers created last year. Over the last month members have been invited to write messages of love, wishes, and hope on hands which will be on display in the sanctuary representing the community reconnecting in both virtual
Often we consider what sustains us, our physical needs more than our mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. This week you are invited to consider what sustains you spiritually in your day to day life. More and more people in the US are identifying as spiritual but not religious. What does it mean for us as
Representation, consideration, and acceptance of neurodiversity is essential to provide a truly welcoming and inclusive space whether in worship or other events. Neurodiversity includes Autism Spectrum, ADHD, and Learning/Processing differences. Today is Autism Awareness Day. You now have the opportunity to attend hybrid worship. A limited number of people will be able to register to attend
When we consider anti-oppression and anti-racism work we are doing, we need to reflect on the role visibility plays in that work. In order to journey toward spiritual wholeness together we need to honor and celebrate diversity. March 31st is International Trans Day of Visibility. You now have the opportunity to attend hybrid worship. A limited