Just when we need to remind ourselves of how much there is in the world and life to renew us, Spring comes, bearing Easter with it. Our multigenerational service will explore the Easter’s theme of hope amidst the harshest circumstances, and the most essential blessings … read more.
Speaker: DRE Cathy Seggel
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Text of Homily by Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay
Purim is a holiday in the strangest sense – a sense of joy that comes from fighting despair, from choosing to uplift and … read more.
An annual celebration of the many ways we are family. Over the years, family stories have been shared by people of many ages, races, and economic conditions, and many family configurations: GBLTQ, “traditional” couples, one-parent and single-person families. Come and celebrate with us!
Childcare … read more.
It’s time for our annual, multigenerational worship service where we honor and share the animals who share our homes, lives, and families. All pets are welcome! Last year, we had cats and dogs, fish and lizards, even a chicken! So come one, come all – … read more.
Following on last year’s joyful experience together, we will again celebrate the season with story, song, and craft. Moving through our spaces as well as the morning, we’ll sing, share, and use all our senses as we enter this time of year when nature offers … read more.
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‘Peace! The perfect word, is sounding, like a universal hymn’ – what a great line of verse – and how it keeps going – ‘under oceans, over … read more.
It’s not always easy to feel grateful these days, truly thankful. But it is possible, no matter what. Our multigenerational service this morning will celebrate the goodness we can hold onto and lift up – for ourselves, for each other, especially now.
This is … read more.
This joyful, multi-generational worship is for all ages, featuring the telling of the traditional Christmas story with an interactive, lively pageant. And, of course, there will be the magic of carols and candlelight in a special space. Come celebrate and invite your friends and neighbors … read more.
First Unitarian begins a new church year — its 298th — on Sunday, September 9, at 10:30am with a special homecoming and water communion service. During the intergenerational service, all in attendance will be invited to share a small amount of actual or symbolic water … read more.
As we round out the regular church year, we’ll celebrate the great UU tradition of Flower Communion (please bring a flower). We’ll learn its history, explore what it meant and what it means, and share the joy of the season with each other in this … read more.