Speaker: Sue Otte
Rescheduling from September 12! We will be coming together once again at Twin Springs Park for our Ingathering Service. Whether you have traveled to favorite vacation or family places or stayed closer to home this summer, please bring some water to add to our common … read more.
Health writer Jane Brody began a recent column saying, “Many, perhaps most, of us have spent this past year struggling to find ways to mourn the losses, weather the stresses and revive the pleasures stolen by the Covid-19 Pandemic.” After Sue shares a reflection from … read more.
With roots in the Judaeo/Christian tradition, UUs observe Sundays as a day of gathering, along with many other faith traditions. What does Sunday mean to us today, and how has it changed over the years? As Sue shares some history and personal reflections, she invites … read more.
We will have our annual Service of Remembrance, honoring our ancestors and others who no longer walk this earth in their physical presence. I regret that I can not share an altar with you this year, but I hope you will take part in our … read more.
Join us as we celebrate 15 years of “moving together in time,” as we say each week. While we have been growing and learning together, we have also made an impact in the world beyond ourselves as we try to create a place where ALL … read more.
Many traditions celebrate this time of year as an opportunity to remember and honor our ancestors. Incorporating the Mexican holiday of Dias de los Muertos, along with the Celtic Samhain, and our western All Saints Day, we, too, remember those in our lives and world … read more.
We share the joys of reading with one another in this service. All can participate either by talking about one or more of their favorite books or by listening to other’s talk.
Service Leader: Sue Otte
Everyone is welcome at our Sunday morning gathering. We meet at … read more.
March is Women’s History Month. Let’s celebrate by exploring the lives of some of our Unitarian Universalist foremothers, many of whom have had a significant impact not only on our faith but on our world.
Service Leader: Karen Esterl
Keeping with our monthly theme of Unity and Diversity, we hope you’ll give some thought to how the books you read allow you to explore and understand the world and the people in it.