Speaker: Rev. Karen Armina

Out There and In Here

“Religious naturalism” wrote UU William Murry in his book Reason and Reverence, “is a perspective that finds religious meaning in the natural world and rejects the notion of a supernatural realm.”  This morning, we’ll explore the relationship between scientific and spiritual ways of knowing and … read more.

Blue Holiday Vespers – Wed. 5:30

The winter holidays are usually framed around peace and joy and hope, and if you’re not feeling those themes right now, you’re not alone.  You’re invited to this evening service, where we’ll share and ritualize the losses, fears, regrets, and sorrows we’re feeling this holiday … read more.

Bend or Break?

Many stories tell us how, when the winds of change blow, it’s better to be like the supple willow than the unmoving oak.  This morning, we’ll explore the relationship between flexibility and change, and how we might move with the times.

All are welcome in worship, … read more.

Our Future’s Past

November 6

The Sunday before Election Day is a good time to invite the wisdom of our ancestors, and to be mindful of the generations that will follow us.  This morning, we’ll share in a ritual of remembrance for the authors of our history, and we’ll … read more.

Everyday Courage

It’s so easy to see and celebrate the “big” acts of courage.  In addition to the heroic acts that alter history, there are also the daily choices that prevent history from altering us!  Bending the arc of the universe toward justice deserves praise, but so … read more.

From You I Receive…

Last week, we explored the many kinds of courage it takes to simply show up as ourselves.  This morning, we’ll do a deeper dive into the courage needed and the courage shared as we work to build a world where everyone can thrive.  We’ll also … read more.

If I Only Had the Nerve

We’ll be invited to explore “the path of courage” throughout the month of October, and we’ll start off this morning with some exploration of what courage is. What does it mean to have courage? Where do we find it? How do we know we have … read more.

Open Circles

Just hearing the word “belonging” can conjure up a deep desire to be included- but being let into the circle is only one section of the path of belonging.  This morning, we’ll explore another section of the path- getting to participate in expanding the circle.

All … read more.