Sunday, November 12 2017, our Social Justcie Outreach Collection will be in support of delivering a mini mindfulness curriculum as part of the after school program known as BAAM (Building African American Minds).
First, a little about BAAM: BAAM was started by a local African American … read more.
Our theme for the month is ‘Courage.’ Courage is often highlighted in middle school adventure books where young teens away from home finds themselves stranded in the wilderness and this yet-to-be-hero teen needs to take bold actions to return to safety. Survival in these … read more.
Wow! Our 4th annual Peace Camp was so much fun this year. We welcomed 28 campers between the ages of 4 and 10 to our fellowship where we danced, sang, twisted into yoga poses, tie dyed, listened to our heartbeats, made drums and shakers, … read more.
On June 18 the congregation surprised me (yes, I was surprised!) with kind words and celebration in honor of my completing of the requirements for ‘Final Fellowship’ – the last step in the Unitarian Universalist’s national ministerial credentialing process.
On June 4th we will celebrate this year of children’s religious education at our annual RE Sunday service. This is a time for us to recognize the many volunteers that make RE possible as well as a space to showcase what our children have learned. … read more.
Late spring brings the end of our religious education school year. It has been another fantastic year with the younger group delving deep into the wonders of nature and the inter-connectedness of the web of life while the older group has explored the powers we … read more.
Neurologist, psychiatrist, and Holocaust survivor, Viktor Frankl in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning, says, “(The human is that being who invented the gas chambers of Auschwitz; however, (he/she) is also that being who entered those gas chambers upright, with the Lord’s Prayer or the … read more.