It’s HOMECOMING SUNDAY! And there will be all kinds of excitement as we come together yet again to renew the bonds of affection that bind us as one and rededicate ourselves to the principles of our faith. There will be a great story for children of all ages, the choir will return from its summer hiatus, a glorious after-church event is planned, and we will rejoice in one another’s presence indeed!
Topic: Selected Audio Sermons
Rev. Becky Edmiston-Lange returns to pulpit.
In all the varied ways to be religious in the world, why be Unitarian Universalist?
We are human beings, but we act like human doings. In this long and hot summer, let’s consider taking a breath from our often hectic lives.
The inner is the foundation of the outer, says the Tao Te Ching. The secret of health and happiness, perhaps, is to have knowledge and comfort with our inner selves, even those parts of us we hide in the shadow as we feign control over the outer. Where is the true treasure of our lives?
We continue to explore what “embodied spirituality” means through the medium of the human sense of smell. What if we took smell seriously as something that could reveal to us the nature of ultimate reality and inform us about what it means to live a life of wholeness?
The universe started with a Big Bang. Ever since then, everything has been chaotic. But uncertainty can be an ordering principle.
First in an occasional series of the basics of Unitarian Universalism
In our diversity as a religious community, what holds us together? What is the difference between a collection of individuals and a church?
When you shudder for the fate of the world and wonder if Unitarian Universalists make any difference at all, one of the ways to restore your hope is to remember the work of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. The UUSC makes us proud to be UUs!
Creating space for strangers to become friends is one of the central acts of the church. Hospitality is not inviting others to become like us, but to help others find themselves while among us.