Embodiment

Boldly Being Who We Are

>>Click on the Sermon title to access YouTube link of the sermon and the PDF of the sermon text<< Through this reflection about a few of the “field trips” to other congregations that he has taken during his ministry with us and what he learned in the process, Mark considers what it might take for Unitarian Universalism to become “A Religion for Our Time”? Could it be more simple than we may believe?


White Supremacy Teach-In

9:15 & 11:00 am; Celebrant: Martha Shen and Terry Meek This Sunday we are answering the call of Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism and participating in a white supremacy teach-in. We will reflect on recognizing white supremacist culture, how it impacts us and what we can do about it. There will be no services in the auditorium and no forums; instead, as you enter you will be directed to a room for small group learning and sharing. If you have children, please take them directly to their classroom for their classes (PK-Gr5: Room 111; Gr6-8 (9:15am only): Rm 114). If you’d like to read about white supremacist culture ahead of time, please look at our church Facebook page for links.


When Your Heart Goes Walking

>>Click on the Sermon title to access YouTube links of the sermon and celebrant reflection<< A Mother’s Day service honoring those who gave us life…literally and figuratively.