Solstice Service

Come share in a worship full of poetry, music, and candlelight; with rituals for releasing the past and setting our fresh intentions as wheel of the year turns yet again. The service will be in the sanctuary from 7:00 PM-7:40 PM on Saturday, December  … read more.

The (Limited) Power of Positive Thinking

Imagining positive outcomes for ourselves and others does change a great deal. It is not a matter, however, of thinking that if we get our heads straight material realty will follow. It is in instead a way of expanding our imagination regarding everyone’s … read more.

Find Meaning, Let Go, Repeat

Rev. Chris Jones-Leavy (Affiliated Community Minister Emerita) offers the worship today.

Belonging

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, “Belonging.” As this is also the period of the Jewish High Holidays, … read more.

Belonging to Ourselves

We think of belonging as being about how we are in community.  True, and yet, the first step is about being true to ourselves

How We Gather

The future of not just religious institutions—but families, friendships, and secular communities—depend on new and hybrid models for bringing people together.  

Samhain

NUUC Member Marty Keith offers a worship on the theme of the pagan holiday of Samhain. 

Attention Grabbing

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, “Attention.”  In this service we explore spiritual disciplines as a mean of … read more.

No Brown M & M s

How paying attention to details in our everyday life can expand our spiritual capacity. 

Thanksgiving

Our annual intergenerational celebration of Thanksgiving, complete with bread communion.

Story Sunday

“Exploring our Principles and Purposes in poetry, Story, and Song.”  NUUC member Becca Morse invites members and friends to share special readings an music.  The children remain with us during worship today.

AweSome

The younger children are with us for the first part of worship, and the 6th graders and up for the whole service, as we introduce this month’s theme in worship and religious education, “Awe.”

The Larger Faith

Commissioned Lay Minister Teri Cornell offers the worship today. 

The Winter of the Spirit

In this holiday season, we still need to pay attention to our less joyous feelings, and hear their lesson as well.

What If God Were One of Us?

This season’s sacred stories speak to delicious and thought-provoking mixtures of the human and the divine.