You may think there’s nothing special about January 30 – that it’s just an ordinary day. But there’s really no such thing as an ordinary day. Jan. 30 is the birthday of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and musician Phil Collins. It’s also the last day … read more.
Speaker: Hanna Kiely
Whether they are secular or religious, everyone has favorite Christmas stories and songs. Come hear some of our favorite readings from literature, poetry and other sources celebrating the Christmas experience and hear your favorite carols and songs of the season. Join us for this cozy … read more.
Come share in stories and ritual observing the upcoming Winter Solstice – the shortest day and the longest night of the year. Join us to contemplate and celebrate the darkness just before the dawn of longer days.
Many religions and cultures have rites of passage for youth that signify a transition to adulthood. Now is our chance as Unitarian Universalists to celebrate six of our graduating high school seniors: Narra P., Dante P., Gabe R., Amelia T., and Isabelle G. Help us … read more.
In these challenging times, many of us look to our spiritual connection with nature and how that relationship nurtures and sustains us as we seek to heal a broken world.
Join us for our online pageant that celebrates twelve different winter holidays from a host of different world traditions. Let’s gather to learn about and celebrate the many observances that bring people together during wintertime.
During these times of pandemic, hurricanes, wildfires, and violent storms devastating the Midwest, not to mention greater divisiveness among people, how can we get past all this and see that there are still many, many things to be grateful for? This is a service about … read more.
The Pagan holiday of Samhain marks the end of the harvest season and heralds the beginning of winter – the dark half of the year. This is a special time to acknowledge death and loss, to experience grief, and to honor ancestors. Join us to create a simple home altar with a chalice or candle, photographs, and objects of beauty and remembrance.