Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to gather from near and far. For some this is joyful, for others it is stressful, and for most it is a mixture of emotions. This service offers a reflection on how gratitude helps to celebrate not … read more.
This service is a reflection on what living might look like if we were to take the recent U.N. report on Climate Change seriously – as individuals, as society, as a world – so that planet earth can be a habitat for humans to the … read more.
We will be experiencing the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address- Greetings to the Natural World, by Nancy Plummer. There will be Native American style flute music by Gretchen Cox, and we will end with a Dance of Universal Peace, by Karen Barker.
Don’t think…”It is the Sunday … read more.
One of the great joys of the UUFN is the community. We form community through being together and doing things together. Performing services for each other, the UUFN, and the greater community is what a Culture of Service is about. How do we do this … read more.
Mid-autumn, many cultures celebrate holidays related to death. In Mexico, Day of the Dead is a three-day national holiday honoring ancestors and deceased loved ones. We’ll explore what we can learn from these holidays and honor our own UU ancestors. Special music by classical guitarist … read more.
Celebrations big and small are important to honor our experiences, milestones, and achievements – both as individuals and as a congregation. The why, what, and how of their importance are explored in this celebratory service.
While we have no creed, Unitarian Universalists organize ourselves around our Principles and Purposes. We know them well but not necessarily the history of how they came to be. In this service we’ll explore that story and how we UUs continue to be shaped by … read more.
As we begin a new Fellowship year, our annual Water Communion will include a simple ceremony of renewal. Young people will be in the early part of service only. Rev Maiorano will reflect on why our Water Communion is so important to we … read more.
What does it mean to play as a spiritual act? How can we change our perceptions of work and leisure to embrace the importance of playing? Join us to explore playfulness and playing, and how to integrate more play into your life.