As we transition from winter to spring, we face the perennial truth of change through the lens of hope. The signs of new life in the natural world invite us to consider how we, too, might open more fully to the process of growth and … read more.
In a well-known parable from the Buddhist tradition, the Buddha compares the inevitable pain we experience in life to being pierced by an arrow we cannot dodge. When we react to pain in ways that cause further harm, it is as if we shoot ourselves … read more.
We’re trying something new! This 20-minute service is designed especially for kids and families. Join Reverend Ben, Kate Goka, Sarah Firestone and Alia Stadtlander in Beck Hall from 10:10-10:30 for a kid-centered worship service. The title is: “Something About the Truth?!”
We’ve all known hunger, but in different ways. For some, hunger is a relative stranger whom we’ve met on occasion. For some, it’s a recognizable acquaintance. But for others, it’s well known, part of the family. This sermon talks about some of the funny – … read more.
Most religions promote the notion that their religious beliefs point to “the one true way.” To do so, they often discount or outright demonize other religious beliefs. But what if religion is not based upon what one believes, but rather what one is true to? The sermon will offer reflections on “True Religion” from one who had it, lost it, and later rediscovered it to be both essential…and beyond belief! Special Collection to support our partner-church ministries with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ulay, Philippines, with special music for the occasion.