This service explores the origin stories behind UU principles 3, 4, and 5, which speak to how members of congregations should relate to one another. Their histories describe the collective spiritual journey of early Unitarian Universalism, and remain relevant today.
Speaker: Bill Heavlin
We continue considering God / The Divine, our April congregational theme, this time through the lens of Easter. Rev. Ben explores the centrality of “loving our neighbors as ourselves” in our UU heritage and values.
Recalling a brief encounter with a humble, imperfect, and extraordinary person, Worship Leader Bill Heavlin explores Covenant, our congregational theme for September, by interweaving Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, the Hindu concept of dharma, and the wisdom of the Blackfoot people.
Highlights from Sunday Service. “It’s A … read more.
This worship service will consider the epidemic nature of Loneliness — whether among millennials, the geriatric set, or other folks in between. Causes of so much loneliness and some recommendations as to how to combat it will be suggested. Loneliness is not something to hide … read more.