The book “Good Omens” by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett was made into a six-episode series on Amazon Prime and released in May. It offers some reflections on the nature of the world, and how we are in it. This service will dig into the apocalypse described therein and what it might mean for us.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Linda A. Hart
Once again we’ll live stream the worship service from our national General Assembly meeting.This year it comes to us from Spokane, and will include wonderful music and preaching.The worship service will begin at 10:00 a.m., so plan to come early!
Process theology tells us that everything around is us ever in motion and creating, and what it’s all moving toward is beauty. How is that happening in your life? We’ll explore it all.
And the TUU Sees will move us with beautiful music for this service!
Our annual Flower Service celebrates our community and the beauty we all bring to it. Bring a flower from your yard, a plant start, or even a bit of a houseplant to share with others as we tell stories and sing and find the beauty all around us.
Brene Brown suggests that each time we find ourselves in a difficult conversation, we should become curious. It’s a good life plan, as well as a way of navigating difficult times. Come find out how it helps.The TUU Sees will provide music during this worship service.
What is it that makes a genius? What opens us to new ideas and understandings? Might you be the next Da Vinci?
On May 5, 1819 William Ellery Channing delivered the sermon “Unitarian Christianity” at the ordination of Jared Sparks in Baltimore. It was literally a defining moment for Unitarianism and we can feel the resonances 200 years later. What happened that day that changed the religious landscape of the 19th century?
Weather permitting, following worship service, we’ll join together outside to celebrate our new outdoor classroom!
Easter and Earth Day collide this year. As we hear more and more about the dangers and urgency of addressing climate change, we’ll reflect on the threads of brokenness and wholeness that weave through both sacred days and how they can inform our commitments and hope.
On April 12, 1944, the Unitarian Association of Tacoma was founded and the organizational documents were signed. What a long strange trip it’s been! We’ll take a look back and a look forward with hope, faith, and compassion.
Come one, come all! It’s a celebration of TUUC! There’ll be stories and your favorite songs, children and streamers and Do-Nut miss the special after service treat! You can even have extra sprinkles if you want! Bring your pledge sheet to turn in and help us light up our rainbow chalice! Come one! Come all!