What is pride without Pride? While most years we turn outward and celebrate Pride with our community, this year we are invited to turn inward and reflect on what it means to be proud of who we are and to celebrate everyone in our community. People in the LGBTQ+ community make the courageous choice to embrace who they are, in spite of stigma and discrimination. Pride is a time to celebrate the strength to embrace your true self and celebrate each one of our diverse and beautiful selves.
Login beginning in July for our weekly online worship services:
Please join us for worship service via Zoom at:
You can also listen on your phone by dialing 253-215-8782 with Webinar ID: 823 1838 4686 to hear the worship service.
Following worship service, bring your Pride and Pagan questions, and join us for a virtual coffee with Rev. Amy Belcher a Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 821 6466 6748
Or by phone at: 253-215-8782
Reverend Amy Beltaine provides a UU ministry of spiritual mentoring through individual and group appointments, Sunday services, rites, and rituals. Helping friends and family of the oppressed to break open instead of being broken by the pain in the world. You crave a world of love and justice: Revive your spiritual verve! When (spouse) Hawthorne and Amy are not pulling their little home behind them they are at home in Portugal or in Portland, Oregon. A graduate of Meadville Lombard School for the Ministry, Amy is on the coordinating committee of the UU Spiritual Directors’ Network. Amy is an accredited Spiritual Director and supervisor, nearly life-long earth-honoring Process Pan-en-theist, and faculty member at Cherry Hill Seminary. Amy aspires to become a Love-Ninja. Connect with Amy at http://amybeltaine.info.