“Free” derives from the Old English word “to love” and is akin to friend. It’s primary meaning is dear, and implied kinship, belonging. On Martin Luther King weekend, the implications echo onward.
On this Mothers Day, I’ll trace how my faith transformed as I grew up and ponder how what we each believe about ultimate reality is reflected in how we live and parent, so long as we’re paying attention.
Suppose it’s real; suppose it’s true. Suppose it is possible. Maybe we’ll encounter something whole and holy together this morning.
One-way streets sometimes catch a driver unaware. Life’s one-way streets impact us all, in ways you may welcome, or maybe not. Let’s explore what they are.
Margaret Keip will swan dive into our UU principles with us as we celebrate membership this morning in a brief service preceding the January congregational meeting to adopt the 2020 budget.
Outreach gifts aid our First Principle Project, serving the homeless.
Albert Einstein would test a new theory by asking himself this question. It’s an engaging exercise in personal theology if you spin it out a while–as Marge will do, in a message with a traumatic history for such times as now.
Outreach gifts aid our Homeless Teen Backpack program
With life burgeoning around us, and ourselves star dust within it, we’ll sing earth songs, and think big thoughts and muse on the fond fallacy that we can really throw things away.
Let’s dive into the empowerment and possibility that Dr. Roger Howe perceived in our UU principles when he visited our pulpit 4 weeks ago. Margaret Keip offers a way to practice, guaranteed to
The profound truth hidden in plain sight in a profoundly-simple four letter word.
Today’s Special Offering goes to Gospel Rescue Mission