The Beauty We Know. The younger children are with us for the first part of worship, and the sixth graders and up for the whole service, as we introduce this month’s theme in worship and religious education, “The Arts.”
Rev. Susan Ritchie
Reason and Reverence. Understanding humanism—as a deeply religious impulse.
Student Minister Holly Brown leads the service today. “Radical Reverence” – Where do we find the divine? Do humans share in likeness to God or does God share the image of humanity?
(Irr)Reverence. On the gentle and necessary tugs and pulls between reverence and irreverence, in our faith, and our lives.
Easter. Our Annual Intergenerational service, complete with flower celebration (if you can, bring one cut flower to represent each member of your party).
The New Exodus. Can radical joy decolonize our hearts, minds, and spirits this Passover season?
”The younger children are with us for the first part of worship, and the sixth graders and up for the whole service, as we introduce this month’s theme in worship and religious education, “Joy.” Then former NUUC member and psychologist Dr. Dwayne Smith offers the … read more.
The Meaning and Importance of Heartbreak. “Heartbreak is unpreventable; the natural outcome of caring for people and things over which we have no control…it begins the moment we are asked to let go but cannot…”