We have all spent a lot of time this year learning to live with ourselves. Today’s service explores how we might be better companions to ourselves through the practice of self-acceptance. Rev. Susan Ritchie hosts and offers the message, with assistance from Intern Minister … read more.
These are intense times. Not only do we need to worry about masks, the economy, social distancing, lining up for vaccinations and rising death tolls – we also find ourselves concerned about people who think the pandemic is a hoax and a forerunner of the … read more.
Join us for a special Easter Service intro a new piece from the NUUC Virtual Choir and Dance Group, a virtual flower celebration, and special music from Wade Jones. Our topic is “The Slow Rise”: not all resurrections are immediate.
Susan Ritchie (she, her, … read more.
In this service we delve into reading as a spiritual practice that can increase our empathy, strengthen our sense of community, and expand our ability to listen to the transcendent. We’ll also listen to people from within the congregation speaking about the books that have … read more.
We continue to reflect upon the one-year anniversary of the global pandemic on the cusp of Passover, which celebrates both individual and collective liberation. How are we beginning to tell the stories of this moment? We will explore how the individual and collective stories of … read more.
This week marks the one year anniversary of the suspension of face to face worships, and also the approach of the spring equinox, that time of year where the lightness and darkness remain in perfect balance. It is a perfect time to both reflect on … read more.
As we aspire to grow and nurture our spiritual lives, we sometimes forget the goodness of facing the more painful feelings we encounter in life. Join our guest preacher Rev. Jennifer Ryu for a reflection on the healing power of emotions.
Rev. Jennifer Ryu was ordained … read more.
Did you know that loneliness is a relatively recent human phenomenon? In this worship we survey the mystical and secular literature related to desert islands, which suggests that isolation can be an important experience that connects us to ultimate and sustaining truths, and that there … read more.
In this service, we’ll consider how the upcoming Jewish holiday of Purim, especially its celebration of heroines Esther and Vashti, might speak to the collective liberation hopes of Unitarian Universalists by emphasizing there is no singular, correct way to do the right things.
Susan Ritchie (she, … read more.
This Valentine’s Day Weekend we reflect on how all forms of love involve a series of choices, decisions, and judgments that need to be made over and over again.
Susan Ritchie (she, her, hers) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: NUUC VIRTUAL WORSHIP … read more.