In those times when loss cuts deep and faith is challenged hope seems unknowable. However, in those patches of time in life where nothing but darkness abounds, hope resides. For, no matter how deeply one is in the dark, a single candle can light the … read more.
Tell someone you’re Buddhist and they’ll likely ask, “So, are you enlightened yet?” To be honest, it’s not an easy question to answer–the word enlightenment means different things in different contexts. But like other religions, Buddhism has a desired outcome, and that’s often expressed as … read more.
A basic teaching in spiritual and religious systems, truth also plays a pivotal role in our social justice endeavors. Two modern developments—attachment to identity and adversarial framework of human relationship (Hobbesianism)—have done much to create barriers that make our access to truth difficult. The difficulty … read more.
As she enters her last semester for her Doctor of Ministry program, Rev. Tracie shares her research and findings of her thesis and how this can impact our congregation and our wider UUA. Worship leader, Jane Bradford, will guide is through our service.
This Sunday we’ll conclude our pathway to membership with a discussion amongst participants. It will be conducted in a small group ministry style as have most of our summer Sundays. It is very important for as many of us as possible to participate in this … read more.
In our last two services of the summer season, we will offer our “Pathway” class as a two-part series of Sunday services. In Part I, we present a brief history of Unitarianism and Universalism and how they merged to become a single denomination, how Mosaic … read more.
This Sunday we will continue our roundtable-style services by re-examining our perceptions of Gratitude.
These services are designed to allow participants to share their thoughts if they choose to do so. Sharing is always voluntary; active listening is welcome too. While you are speaking, all others … read more.