On June 19th,1865, word finally reached Galveston, Texas that President Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation that freed all the enslaved people in the US. News of their freedom was intentionally hidden from the enslaved people for over 2 years. This year is the second … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Linda A. Hart
It’s our annual Flower Service this Sunday. Originally created by Czechoslovakian Unitarian minister Norbert Čapek, attendees are encouraged to bring along a flower to the service. We gather them and celebrate the beauty and diversity of the flowers and the congregation. Bring whatever is growing … read more.
We return to a wisdom story about what a perfect heart is, and celebrate our perfect hearts.
This Sunday we will have a multi-platform service. A limited number of people can register to attend in person, OR folks can still attend via our online Zoom option. … read more.
Attacks on abortion, attacks on trans kids and their parents, and more are looming. What does it mean to have bodily autonomy? We’ll explore the political landscape that’s emerging and what our response can be.
This Sunday we will have a multi-platform service. A limited number … read more.
Dr. Kate Bowler has wandered through some of the most difficult life events imaginable. After several years of trying to have a baby, she succeeds, and then is diagnosed with stage IV cancer. In September of that year she was told that she’d be dead … read more.
Kevin Brockmeier’s short story “The Human Soul as a Rube Goldberg Device: A Choose Your Own Adventure Story” leads us into a reflection on what we chose, what is given to us, and what it all means.
This Sunday we will have a multi-platform service. A … read more.
A synonym for faith is trust. To believe in something. To rely on something. What do you rely upon? What can you trust?
On Sunday, March 20, we will have a multi-platform service. A limited number of people can register to attend in person, OR folks … read more.
The theme for March is Renewing Faith, and this service explores where and how we find faith.
We’ll have a special Time for All Ages with songleader Lea Morris on the Parable of the Spoons.
Online on Zoom:
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This Sunday will be Director of Religious Exploration for Children and Youth Nancy Slocum’s last Sunday with us. As we say goodbye to her, we’ll celebrate her ministry with us and reflect on the role of religious explorations for our community.
Online on Zoom:
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