With voices from Unitarian Universalism’s past and present, we lift up stories of struggle, courage, redemption, and hope: stories that challenge us to create community “where all souls are welcome as blessings, and the human family lives whole and reconciled.”
Speaker: Rev. Faith Hope-Love
Rev. Faith Hope-Love is the minister of the UU Congregation of Somewhere. Learn more about Faith.
Even in the hardest times, we can find glimmers of hope, moments of joy. With word and music and meditation, we celebrate the spirit of resilience and healing.
We conclude our journey of Thirty Days of Love with a celebration of “courageous love” within our community and beyond.
In this season of presidential primaries and partisan politics, we pause to reflect on the enduring values we hold true. The first: worthiness of all.
In the stories of Hanukkah and Christmas, hope shows up in unlikely places: in a desecrated temple, in a crowded little stable. In what unlikely places has hope surprised us?
Hope, wrote Vaclav Havel, is “a state of mind, not of the world…. It is a dimension of the soul, and it’s not essentially dependent on some particular observation of the world or estimate of the situation…. It is an orientation of the spirit, and … read more.
Who are you? It’s a question with many answers: biological, psychological, spiritual, relational… Identity is a complicated thing. Join us to explore who we are and whose we are. And join us to know that you are enough.
In this soulful, contemplative service we’ll look backwards at the old year and forward to the new year, inviting a spirit of renewal and hopeful possibility.
Join us for a Christmas Eve service emphasizing carols, storytelling, and wonder. All ages welcome at both the 4:00 and the 7:00 services, with jolly refreshments served in between.
Join us for this joyous multi-generational pageant, sharing “that glorious song of old:” the story of Christmas. Peace on earth, and goodwill to all!