Today is Rev. Andrew’s last service at UUFN. Come to hear his final message on departure and saying goodbye. It is sad that our relationship has come to an end sooner than initially planned. Let us have hopeful hearts for the new ministries that awaits Rev. Andrew and UUFN. May they both be love and … Continued
Rev Andrew Weber
We come together weekly to worship as a faith community. In a more personal way, another place we all practice our faith is at home. This Sunday we’ll explore different rituals and ways of embodying a faithful Unitarian Universalist life at home, both alone and with family
This week we look at the spiritual practice of bringing joy as we turn to a more active stance. How do we bring joy to a broken world or hurting community? Is there a way to be authentic in acknowledging heartache while still bringing and living with positivity?
Our national organization is going through a time of self-introspection where we are very blatantly seeing our organization’s systemic racism and ongoing white privilege. As part of the response, congregations have been asked to host a teach-in on racism and white supremacy. The topic is difficult and wrought with strong feelings. But this is where … Continued
The Flower Communion celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Just as individual flowers form a bouquet more beautiful than the sum of its parts, our fellowship consists of a diversity of people of all ages. In this family-friendly, inter-generational service, we worship together with everyone. The children of the Fellowship will lead us in … Continued
Rev. Andrew offers a sermon topic at UUFN’s annual service auction. (Be sure to come out on May 6 to bid on a sermon topic of your choice!) Last year’s winning bidders were Pat and Richard Field, who decided on this week’s topic: the intersection of Robert Kegan’s “Orders of Consciousness” and our UU values.
Yesterday was Earth Day, a day generally spent focusing on how our actions impact this planet we inhabit. As Unitarian Universalists we strive to promote the interdependent web of all creation, of which we are a part. Let us live our charge to be environmentally conscious every day.
The Christian holiday Easter – and the pagan festival it originates from – are celebrations of rebirth, celebrations of transformations. What is the new life that you might want to live into? How will you be transformed?
Join us this morning as we celebrate spring as a time of growth and transformation. We will worship through song, story and spoken word in a fun and lively intergenerational service. ** On Apr. 2 we will be celebrating the transformation that comes from children with a child dedication ceremony. (If you have a child/children … Continued
The risk today is that instead of a “normal” worship service we will be playing Unitarian Universalist Jeopardy! Take some time to hone your knowledge of history, polity, theology, acronyms, dates, places and famous people – and get ready for some fun! Newcomers and those steeped in Unitarian Universalist knowledge are welcome to come and … Continued