Cider Sunday is a tradition for the Sunday that falls after the holidays but before the beginning of the New Year. Please come with snacks and finger food to share. This will be an informal gathering: an opportunity to exchange our thoughts and memories, and … read more.
Join us for a traditional night of activities to celebrate the coming of light into the world.
We all know the Christmas story of Jesus’ birth. However, his is not the only story of a miraculous birth. Join us as we explore the birth stories of Buddha (Siddhartha), Confucius and several others.
Join us as we explore the magical and often confusing season of winter holidays in this original mini-musical created by Cornelius Austin with the inspiration and support of Religious Education students and staff.
In this tale, our young protagonists question the shallow consumer culture of … read more.
This service will be a “Congregational Threshing Session.” As in the Quaker tradition, a threshing session provides an opportunity, guided by the Spirit, to ask questions, as well as to state a position or express a point of view. Each person will have an opportunity … read more.
Chalica is a unique Unitarian Universalist holiday that celebrates our guiding principles. During this seven-day holiday we light a candle each day for one of our principles, discuss and/or ponder its meaning and do some action to live out that principle. Come experience how each … read more.
In the creation of our Beloved Community this sermon will ask: What contributions does the ancient spiritual wisdom of Africa have to offer at this time? Indigenous African Spirituality differs from what we in the West may refer to as “religion.” There is no fixed … read more.
Patriarchy may be defined as the rule of systems and societies by male supremacy in all political, moral and cultural authority. Patriarchy is the abuse of power based upon gender. It has been around, in between and on top for a very long time. Our … read more.
Ancient Taoist philosophers provided deep spiritual insight into the complex balance between the feminine and masculine principles. Margaret Emerson, HUUF member and author of the new book “Laotse, Waldo and Me,” will explore the nature of the dynamics of Yin and Yang and apply it … read more.
We say we don’t want war, yet there will always be conflict. Join us as we learn from Gilda Bettencourt about an international, nonpartisan, unarmed peacekeeping organization with the goal of protecting civilians and reducing violence in areas affected by armed conflict. This grassroots organization … read more.