Courageous love transforms the world. It reweaves the fabric of society. Come explore what that can look like (it may not be what you think). Stay for the vote on whether to become a Sanctuary Host Congregation. (Members of 60 days or more may vote. … read more.
At both worship services, music, meditation and ritual will help us develop a spiritual practice of courage to face things as they are. During the second service (11:00), our Racial Justice Ministry Team will lead an educational event in the Sky Room.
Why do Unitarian Universalists get involved in political issues (and sometimes politically charged issues)? Come explore how justice work is a spiritual practice.
New Member Ceremony included in first service; “commissioning” RE teachers
We just learned that Michael Johnson from the Native American Rights Fund will not be able to join us, so Rev. Kelly will offer thoughts about connecting with ourselves, indigenous people and the Earth. Special music by Joe Jencks!