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.
Speaker: Jane Bradford
This Sunday we will continue our roundtable-style services with Equity. This summer we are exploring the subjects of the Unitarian Universalists Article II Study Report.
These services are designed to allow participants to share their thoughts if they choose to do so. Sharing is always voluntary; … read more.
Rounding out her three-part series, Rev. Tracie Barrett explores the merger of our two historical denominations and how the stage was set for who we are today.
We arrive at 10:30 each Sunday morning. Feel free to drop in!
This month, Rev. Tracie explores our Unitarian heritage and history. By looking back, we can find patterns that affect us today.
Join us this Sunday as Rev. Tracie Barrett begins a three-part series on our history with our Universalist heritage and history.
The journey towards building Beloved Community is a long one. And if we are to do the work we are called to do, we need tools for it. Rev. Tracie explores the “tools” we Unitarian Universalists need to carry with us and use in our … read more.
The topic of salvation is a theme that is discussed in many different faith traditions. We as Unitarian Universalists ascribe to a belief in “universal salvation.” But just what exactly does that mean? And, more importantly, what does that mean for how we view and … read more.
For those in the LGBTQIA + community, Pride Fest celebrations—held in many communities in September and October—are about emergence; taking the bold step to live openly and publicly as who they are. For many of us, life after the pandemic is learning to emerge in … read more.
Join Ben Collins as he explores the layers of the relationship between depression and spirituality, or we might say between depression and the quest for meaning. Far from simple, we will explore the ways depression is contextual, intersectional, and partial. Ultimately we will emerge with … read more.
We, as a society, have become accustomed to defining how far a person as come on their journey through life by the measure of the successes they have achieved. But as much as we may not like to admit it our failures also have a … read more.