Imbolc is the cross-quarter (halfway mark from the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox) in the Celtic Wheel. Imbolc celebrates the “first spring,” Imbolc literally means in the belly or first milk.. It is St Brighid’s day & Candlemas, among other worldwide festivals, celebrated at … read more.
All humans have unconscious bias, often referred to as implicit bias. The ability to rapidly categorize friend or foe helped early humans survive. Unfortunately, today they often are the foundation of stereotypes, prejudices, and a multitude of isms, including racism. In this MLK Jr Sunday … read more.
With the retirement of one minister at the end of June and a new minister on the horizon, there is much to discern in the months just ahead. In this service, Rev. Maiorano will reflect on the spiritual path of discernment and on the sadness … read more.
Tonia Bell-Delgado will explore the precipice of possibility and the promise and perils that await us there.
Tonia Bell-Delgado is a first-year seminarian at Meadville Lombard Theological School in the Master of Divinity program. Tonia decided to answer her call to ministry after an extensive career … read more.
In this service, Gary Jackoway will talk about what it means to be human if free will does not exist, and also how he justifies his belief in free will.
In this interactive service, facilitated by Jane Luke, we will discuss our experiences over the last year, and our hopes for 2019.
Christmas Eve is special to UUs of all beliefs – Christian, theist, atheist and the continuum between. Through song, story, and thought,
our Christmas Eve service is a celebration of all we hold holy.
Whether its for thanks or help, I am praising or calling on God. And yet, my beliefs are not traditional. Who or What am I referring to
when I say “Thank You God” or Please Help Me God? This service is by way of personal … read more.
Our service will include the play “Christmas Eve at the Last Chance Juice Bar” where a number of your favorite holiday characters come
to imbibe, performed by the K-6 class.
As we are about to close another year in the age of #MeToo, it seems important to reflect on the lessons learned from this life