The sermon this Sunday will be The Story of Channukah.” Rev. Lynne Garner will explain the tradition, including why it should not be thought of as “the Jewish Christmas,” but rather a holiday of liberation, something we UUs can relate to.
This Sunday, Rev. Lynne will preach on “Lead Us Not into the Mall.” We need to cut back on the rush and commercialism that predominates this season and try to find some peace in this season that is supposed to be about peace on earth and good will.
As we gather to worship this Sunday after Thanksgiving, we will take some time to center ourselves and reflect on family, gratitude, and our Unitarian Universalist faith. There will be songs and storytelling, and you are invited to help create our worship experience with a story you might like to tell. Think about your family … Continued
Connie Goodbread, UUA Field Staff for the Southern Region – Congregational Life Staff, will be speaking to us about The Great Adventure. What are the foundations of our faith? Are we a religion or a philosophy? What is the burning value at our core, the deepest reason why? How are we different? Are we different? What is … Continued
Once again, following the tragic shootings in a Texas church this past Sunday, Rev. Lynne Garner will address the violence that seems to surround us in our society today and the need for safety in our place of worship in her sermon “Sanctuary.” She will point to steps that she feels our society needs to … Continued