It’s a joy and an honor to have had over five years of ministry together, and it’s an act of integrity to give your minister time for rest and renewal. On this, the last Sunday before Rev. Karen’s sabbatical leave begins, we’ll celebrate … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Karen Armina
This first Sunday of the New Year, we gather in multigenerational community to look ahead and reflect together on the possibilities. This is our annual Fire Communion service, in which we seal our intentions in the ritual of the burning bowl.
We have moved through the days of diminishing light, and today is the first day after the longest night! This morning, we’ll explore what it means to have faith in the cycles celebrated with the turning of the Wheel of the Year.
The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson said “We are part of this universe; we are in this universe, but perhaps more important than both of those facts, is that the universe is in us.” This morning, we’ll explore our connection with everything as … read more.
We are in the season of ever-growing darkness, which will soon end in the longest night of the Winter Solstice. Before we celebrate the return of the light, we’ll spend a morning with the story of Demeter and Persephone, to honor this … read more.
There is so much in the world that is painful and hard, and sometimes the easiest thing to do is to shut it out. This morning, we’ll explore what that calls us to pay attention, and what our faith tradition offers that … read more.
This morning’s service was born out of an idea that arose when Rev. Karen was meeting with our youth: cultivating our attention spans in this age of distraction. Please join us as we explore this idea in multigenerational community.
Rev. Karen is attending the Black Lives of UU Harper-Jordan Symposium this week, which will focus on Black Unitarian Universalist theology and practice. She’ll also be working with UU Allies for Racial Equity, offering white people a chance to process during and … read more.
The Greek philosopher Heraclitus observed that “change is the only constant in life.” As a faith community involved in the work of peace, justice, and sustainability, we’re well aware of the energy it takes to make, and to keep up with, change. This morning we’ll … read more.
The national conversation about Indigenous Peoples Day calls us to think about discovery and colonization. This morning, in multigenerational community, we’ll explore how our sense of belonging might shift depending on whether we think of ourselves as guests or as hosts. We’ll also hold a … read more.