The Big Job of Sustaining a Planet

What are our roles as stewards of the planet? Are we really accountable to look seven generations ahead as ancient wisdom asks us to consider? What concrete actions can we take today toward a more sustainable future? Join Rev. Sue Browning at this service celebrating Earth Day 2018. The choir will sing.

The Blessing of a Fresh Look

One of the most important aspects of Unitarian Universalism is the shared commitment to continually renew and refresh our spiritual homes. At this service Rev. David Pyle, minister from the Unitarian Universalist Association, will help us explore the blessings which emerge when a congregation has the courage to update the ‘how’ of being a religious community together.

Yup, We’re All Creative

Maya Angelou claims, “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” What are the sources of your creative impulses? While we each may not claim an explicit identity as artist, we are each creative beings in this world. At this service with Rev. Sue we’ll explore the promise we offer when we bring our creative selves forward in the world. The choir will sing.

The ‘Why’ of Going Deeper

Often Rev. Sue says, “My hope is by doing this (or that) we can go deeper.” What does she mean by this? At this service we’ll explore the ways we are individually and collectively’inspired to stretch, grow and change. The service will include our annual ‘Service of Remembrance’ where we’ll make space to together hold the memory of those who have died. The choir will sing.