Sunday- May 9, 2021

Imani Perry says that, as a mother, she has “an ethical responsibility to be hopeful.”  Her recent book, Breathe, is this year’s UUA common read.  On this Mother’s Day, we’ll reflect on Imani Perry’s hopes for her sons and the call to action to which those hopes lead us.

Sunday- May 2, 2021

Beltane– The Gaelic translation of Beltane is “bright fire”.  The midpoint between Spring Equinox & Summer Solstice. The Earth’s coming to life! The ground of our community has become fertile & ready to conceive new ideas. How can the fire of our chalice glow even brighter as we connect, love, & transform?

Sunday- April 25, 2021

A Legacy of Love:  Annual Meeting Sunday!  Join us  as we celebrate & appreciate one another, our community,& the legacy of love that we carry out into the world & the future. How has/does/will the voice within you inspire(d) you to be a part of our larger vision of love?

Sunday- April 18, 2021

Adopting the 8th UU Principle– Why has Unitarian Universalism moved towards adopting an 8th Principle?  What is the history behind it and the future in front of it?  And why should we, as a congregation, officially adopt it at our next annual meeting?

Sunday- April 11, 2021

The Practicalities & the Possibilities:  What ideas, emotions, experiences do you hold about money?  Are there  adages or songs that pop into your head when conversations about money come up? What’s  your, & our collective UU, theology around money? Can we, as a community, come together & have healthy conversations about money?