What does it mean to love someone into being? Find out how Unitarian Universalist congregations can be the catalyst for these transformational, life-changing and life-giving experiences.
Speaker: Rev. Chris Hockman
The seventh principle of Unitarian Universalism is “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.” We often see our seventh principle as solely related to environmentalism, but it really encompasses much, much more. Let’s examine the idea of interdependence … read more.
The Third Source of Unitarian Universalism is “Wisdom from the world’s religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.” Let’s find out how as Unitarian Universalists, we can engage with texts, practices and rituals from the world’s religions as a way to deepen … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, our 2nd Principle affirms “justice, equity and compassion in human relations.” How did these three important concepts get into one principle, how are they interrelated and how should they influence our daily lives?
This Mother’s Day, we resume our annual Flower Ceremony, a beautiful and distinctly Unitarian Universalist ritual of spring. Join us for this multi-generational worship service in which our sanctuary will be filled with flowers, and our hearts will be filled with joy and gratitude. Don’t … read more.
On a Sunday when the Christian world celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, many Unitarian Universalists are left to wonder what to make of this incredible story. Yet, we have all experienced times when we believed all in our lives were lost, only to “come back … read more.
The Second Source of Unitarian Universalism is “Words and deeds of prophetic people which challenge us to confront powers and structures of evil with justice, compassion, and the transforming power of love.” Let’s find out how we can look to the example of our spiritual … read more.
Let’s explore Unitarian Universalism’s First Principle: the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Reverence and respect for human nature is at the core of our UU faith. Find out about the challenges and celebrations associated with this value.
Come learn about the First Source of Unitarian Universalism: Direct experience of transcending mystery and wonder. Our lives and the universe are brimming with mystery beyond thought or expectation, and encountering this mystery opens us to the forces that produce and sustain life.
Although Unitarian Universalism prides itself on being a faith tradition that includes many different personal theologies, is there one theology we can all hold in common? Let’s look to our Universalist roots for a potential answer. Join us to consider “universal salvation” and how its … read more.