This is a three-part series grounded in the principle that beauty feeds life. As we have beauty within and beauty among, we draw on that wellspring to flow outwards, transforming the world.. How do we live this vision as Unitarian Universalists? This is Christopher’s last … read more.
This is a three-part series grounded in the principle that beauty feeds life. How do Unitarian Universalists cultivate beauty in our communities? What does it mean to embody relational beauty in this congregation? Programming for children and youth will be available, nursery care provided.
This is a three-part series grounded in the principle that beauty feeds life. Inner beauty is about more than filling yourself with love and light. How can our own darkness lead the way to something beautiful and true? Programming for children and youth will be … read more.
Join Christopher as he describes his recent trip to the US-Mexico border and explores how our lives depend on the spirituality of trust. Together we will find the antidote to fear and learn how to move from a place of power in order to enact justice and answer the call of love. Youth Religious Education during 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided at both services.
Have you ever asked yourself, “how do I become someone worth being descended from?” Whether or not you have children, we all shape the world for future generations. This sermon is for all those who will fail to live forever, and thus, may be appropriately concerned with how to be a good ancestor. Nursery care provided at both services.
Christopher will explore the early Universalist and Unitarian involvement with Spiritualism, related to the conviction that the living and the dead can be in meaningful communication. We will practice being skeptical of skepticism in order to more fully engage with mystery in our daily lives.
At 7:00 pm, join Revs. Dana and Kelly along with Christopher Watkins Lamb for a time of singing and sharing. Holidays can be hard; come for a time of healing. Service will be held in the Room 9 Chapel.
Christopher Watkins Lamb will invoke the magical power of Story to explore how story can be medicine for a deep spiritual amnesia. We will learn how re-membering, putting the pieces back together, is an essential task if humans are to live in right relationship. Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during both services.
Rev. Kelly and Christopher Watkins Lamb will explore how tunnel vision can prevent us from remembering ourselves. Join us for song, ritual and community. Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during both services.
Christopher Watkins Lamb reflects on our role in the Sanctuary movement. Christopher will explore the meaning of “sanctuary” and how we all need, seek, and can provide sanctuary. Sanctuary volunteers will be recognized. Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during … read more.
Meet our Ministerial Intern, Christopher Watkins Lamb and hear from both him and Rev. Kelly about how we fulfill the vision of Unitarian Universalism by being a teaching congregation.Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during both services.
This is a story about maps, our history, and how sometimes covenants can erase a people. We will take a look at the American story and the historic relationship between Unitarians and the Ute and Crow nations. What does our covenant with Native Americans look like in 2016? Christopher Watkins Lamb is a third year student at Iliff School of Theology. He currently serves as the Religious Exploration Music Coordinator for Children and Youth and as the Young Adult Group Coordinator at Foothills Unitarian Church in Fort Collins. He is a lifelong UU from Knoxville, Tenn. and has served in music and worship leadership nationally, including as Young Adults at Generally Assembly Worship Coordinator in 2014.