The December holidays are a joyous time and a difficult time. Today we’ll sing, laugh, and reflect on what it means to stay spiritually grounded through this frenzied season.
Speaker: Rev. Faith Hope-Love
Rev. Faith Hope-Love is the minister of the UU Congregation of Somewhere. Learn more about Faith.
An all-ages service celebrating the happiness-inducing power of gratitude.
Grounded in a reflection from Rev. Dr. Rebecca Ann Parker, this all-ages service will explore, in story, word, and music, how we can live every day with more love and more justice.
In this season of All Souls Day and Dia de Los Muertos, we remember those we have lost: in our own lives, and in our congregation. Join us to reflect on death, grief, healing, and renewal.
Between the dawn and the dusk of our lives, how do we trust our deepest experience? How do we live with faith? How can we be, truly, “at home in the universe?”
Fear and anxiety are on the rise, both in our culture and in our personal lives. And it makes sense: the world is a scary place. But the fear divides us, and isolates us. How can we face the fear, and in facing it, live … read more.
In this age of climate injustice, systemic racism and exploitation, most of us struggle with a disconnect between what we value and how we live. How do we work within the realities of our lives to create something new? Join us to explore.
Living ain’t easy, folks…
This “Mamas Day” we hear a call to honor all those who mother, especially those who bear the brunt of hurtful policies or who are weighed down by stigma in our culture. We celebrate trans mamas, immigrant mamas, single mamas, lesbian mamas, young mamas, poor … read more.