Speaker: Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay

Love Lessons

 

 

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“Love is a many-splendored thing.”  So, so true.  It is a many splendored thing – and also sometimes it’s a mess.  Ideally, even the messes can get us, did get us, to a better place, to a capacity for our loving to be wiser, … read more.

Building Bridges

We invite you to worship with First Unitarian – members, friends, visitors, from wherever in the country or world you may be. This Sunday’s virtual service features Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay reflecting on a multi-cultural world and how our differences may influence our interactions.

 

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Aspirations

How do we deal with our aspirations? Do we go after them, or do we prefer to simply have them? Do we risk having big ones?

Click here to view this service on YouTube, live-streamed from the Meeting House. If you have a joy or … read more.

Healing

Where do we go now, after the election? We may be elated or deflated. But we, as a people and a nation, will need to find ways to reconcile and heal.

Join us on Sunday morning at 10:30am for our virtual worship service, livestreamed from First … read more.

All Souls Sunday

Join us on Sunday morning at 10:30am for our virtual worship service, livestreamed from First U’s historic Meeting House. To view the service live, click here or go directly to First Unitarian’s YouTube channel, where you can also view it at a later time. If you … read more.

Old Wine and Cancel Culture

What is behind our tendency not to forgive? We’ve moved from shunning and exile, but how do we “cancel” now? And where does it leave us in terms of joy?

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Yom Kippur: A Brand New Ending

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I usually like to cite deeper sources than self-help, but there’s some quality self-help out there.  So – this is not an endorsement of a book I haven’t read, but it is an endorsement of a quote I stumbled up on recently. “You can’t … read more.