We will explore what Grace means to a Unitarian Universalist, historically and in the present. There will be a child dedication and a second hour sermon discussion.
Rev. Charlotte Arsenault
Come ring in the New Year with our fire communion service where we will let go of what held us back in 2018 and make way for 2019. Sermon reflection will follow the service.
Join Rev. Charlotte for a family-friendly Christmas service with singing, candlelight and the story of Christmas shared in a service adapted from Rev. Erin Klassen.
We will celebrate the wonderful holiday legacy the Unitarians gave to the world in this fun Christmas-themed service. There will be a sermon reflection after the service.
We will have a service of reflection to honor those who have passed and the difficult emotions that can sometimes arise at this time of year. 6:30PM
We will review the challenges and triumphs of HIV/AIDS awareness and treatment since the first World AIDS Day in 1988. The film “Leap of Faith” will be shown during 2nd Hour.
Let us explore our childhood theologies and the ways in which they have both hindered and freed us to enter into Unitarian Universalism as adults. There will be a Sermon Reflection.
We UU’s have some kooky history! Ever heard of Spiritualism or the Mechanical Messiah? Come explore some of the weirder parts of our legacy. Potluck will follow.
In this service we will share what it was like to be LGBTQ+ throughout various generations and how our faith has been welcoming and affirming. A sermon reflection will follow.
Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel explores the role of women, the dangers of giving up freedoms, and how hope survives. How do these relate to our present world and our faith?