Hear a version of our UU heritage that highlights the themes of inclusion and openness. We have our First Sunday services again. We gather all together in the sanctuary from 10:30 – 11:15. Then we have workshops for all ages from 11:30 – 12:15, followed … read more.
In a world where Disabled folks/people with disabilities face lifelong challenges, it’s important to remember that we have talents and strengths, as well as joys to celebrate. This service aims to suggest that we do not just need to be aware of ministering to people … read more.
Sixty years ago, a British sociologist predicted that the closer we came to having a true meritocracy, the more the winners would ignore the losers and the more the losers would resent the winners. Two thirds of American workers today do not have a four … read more.
The opening creation poem of Genesis is filled with binaries. Gender is one of them. “Let Us create them…” God says. That might be the ‘royal-we’, a holy committee, or a Non-Binary Deity.
Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520
Phone: +1 929 205 … read more.
Brene Brown has done notable work around empathy and vulnerability. Listen to her lessons about how “Belonging” is a product of kindness mixed with strength.
Within a few months, we will turn our building over to the renovation process. We will go across town and worship in another community’s space for a few months. We will be in temporary exile, relying on the hospitality of others.
Our “First Sunday” 45-minute worship will follow the monthly topic of “Belonging.” How do we know when we are really included in a group? It’s about creating “just, loving, and creative spaces” in the world.