What does it mean to belong to our community? We will explore ways in which interpersonal growth and awareness can contribute to the overall health of our community.
Rev Eva Cameron. Just why is it that UU’s are so interconnected with the ideas of democracy and the democratic process? Rev Eva explores some of our UU history, and what it means to us today as we prepare for the upcoming election. To listen to this service click here.
On This Sunday, Rev. Eva Cameron introduced the theme of Living Love Outloud. To listen to this service click here.
~~ John Miller:
As apart of the annual Flower Communion Callie Amiday shared
about her journey into motherhood and the birth of other life
journeys with the song “We Are”. To listen to this service click here.
Closer to Fine
We continue on our theme with Karah Spahn’s song, “Closer to Fine”.
She shared her story about how this song has influenced her life. The sermon was an expansion of that theme. To listen to that sermon click on this link.
This weeks service was a continuation of our Black Lives Matter service from January 17. The Rev. Eva Cameron officiated with assistance from Pam Hays. To listen to the service play the following file.
Lynda Sutherland, John Miller (WA)
The 1965 civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery,
Alabama, is remembered as a pivotal moment in moving this
country toward more racial equality. Today, UUs will join the
people of Selma on the Edmund Pettus Bridge to commemorate
the 50th anniversary of that march. Our congregation will join
UU congregations across the country in remembering the
important lessons of that day.
April 26th – UU Pathways: Judaism ~~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Bill Chene (WA)
Our sermon series continues as we explore what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist Jew, and the special gifts Judaism has brought to our faith.
Unitarian Universalist Atheism is a special and important voice
in our tradition, offering us grounding and the chance to reach
out fully to those least welcome in these places we call “church”.
We heard about the history of atheism in our movement, and its
place in the lives of contemporary Unitarian Universalists.
Since the days of Henry David Thoreau, Unitarian Universalists have drawn inspiration from the cycles of seasons, the beauty and complexity of the natural world, and the intricate relationships between humans and all the other life on this planet. This Sunday we explored one of our UU Sources, the richness of Earth-based Spirituality.