Bring your most lighthearted spirit to this worship service of playful adventure in stories, songs, and reflection. Play offers time to explore self and the world around us. It opens up our imagination, fosters creativity, releases joy, and often invites others to join us in … read more.
“Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,” we Unitarian Universalists sing again and again. But what are we singing about? Just what is grace, and can it still amaze us? How might it touch UU lives? This service will explore the idea of grace: some of … read more.
Exploration of calling/vocation as it relates to Cultural Competency and Dismantling White Supremacy for Individuals to Congregations.
Where do the ripples sent out by this Grateful Dead song travel? Perhaps they encompass haiku, world music, compassion, Buddhist philosophy, and the recent work of historian of religion Karen Armstrong.
The UUFN is a community of spiritual seekers inspired to promote a just and compassionate world. Yet, at critical times in our lives, we’re so busy we hardly know whether we’re coming or going. Today’s service offers a reflection on the inherent push and pull … read more.
Language is especially important in a spiritually pluralistic community, holding people with different beliefs together in a peaceful community of respect and awe for life. This service reflects on the language that transcends differences and clarifies that which is of ultimate importance to all.
At the end of June, Rev Maiorano participated in this year’s Ministry Days and General Assembly. The services weaves together the themes of these two gatherings in a way she believes will resonate most deeply in our lives.
How do you handle situations where your personal values are in conflict with each other, or in conflict with the values of others? Gary Jackoway and Nancy Plummer will lead a discussion of this timely topic.
Voluntarism and volunteerism are connected but different. This service recognizes the importance of voluntarism in a democratic society, as articulated by UU giant James Luther Adams, and celebrates the ongoing and priceless services of our many UUFN volunteers, without which the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of … read more.