Come hear how the story of Christ’s birth can inform our understanding of modern immigration.
The path we walk together as a congregation involves transitions and transformation; join us to hear what Pastor Emma has to say.
An examination of the lies children are told about Columbus and other “American Heroes”.
Many of us think of ‘Improv’—performances that are unscripted and spontaneous—as light-hearted, playful comedy, and often that is the desired result. But like all disciplines, Improv has a few guidelines which lead to success—or at least an occasional chuckle. Is it possible the rules for Improv reflect a few life lessons from which we all could learn a thing or two? Set aside stodginess for a day and join us for a Sunday service which will include some audience participation!
The meaning of All Saints Day, and a celebration of all saints, known and unknown.
Retirement is often not what was anticipated for retirees, or for those who deal with retirees. Neither try to do too much because there are too many good options, nor do nothing because you cannot decide which options to pursue.
Thanksgiving seems to be the last holdout of American holidays that are actually still about what they claim to be about—namely family, togetherness, and gratitude. Forget about Black Friday, let’s focus on being thankful for what we’ve got.
Sometimes, the bad news is good. “You’re not in control” and that’s okay! “Lower your expectations” and you may be happier in the long run! Reflections on turning your frown upside down, or learning to grin and bear it.
We are living in an angry, chaotic, polarized world. The events that change by the day are
impacting almost every aspect of our lives. This includes our institutions as well as our
relationships with our family and friends. We explore some of the reasons that may
have gotten us here and what UUs can do to help calm some of the chaos in our community and beyond. To listen to this service click here.