A celebration of Rev. Paula’s ministry with and among us, followed by a Potluck Luncheon. The Fellowship Committee will provide the main dishes (chicken, pasta). We ask that you bring side dishes and desserts to share. This event will replace the June “Second Sunday” Potluck. … read more.
Rev. Paula Maiorano
The Flower Communion is a traditional Unitarian Universalist celebration of life, equality, diversity and freedom. Everyone is invited to bring a flower to this service and to take home a different one. Come celebrate late Spring, UU history and a compelling vision of Unitarian Universalism … read more.
This service offers a reflection on this very difficult period in our nation’s democracy, when a state legislates abortion as if it were a theocracy, and at the same time federal legislation on immigration ignores religious values of multiple faiths – compassion, love, and basic … read more.
Although the long weekend vacation aspect tends to dominate the plans for Memorial Day, it is still very important to take time out to remember and reflect on those who have given up or are willing to give up their lives for the rest of … read more.
The Goddess and Divine Feminine aspects of Buddhism and Christianity are carried respectively by Quan Yin and Mary. What can these two great female archetypes tell us about the mothering we’re all in need of?
This service considers the work of the Templeton Foundation and ideas of the agnostic Brazilian and theoretical physicist, Marcelo Gleiser, who is the 2019 winner of the famed Templeton Prize. Marco Gleiser, a professor of physics and astronomy at Dartmouth College, suggests that science and … read more.
An earth day reflection on the research and book, Saving Paradise, by partners, Rita Nakashima Brock and retired president of Starr King seminary, the Rev. Rebecca Parker.
Ethical grace offered a concept of paradise on earth as well as in the afterlife for the first millennial … read more.
As she moves deeper into spring, earth rises in renewal. When we celebrate the earth, we are reminded why it is so important to care for her. In this service, Rev. Maiorano reflects on how the art of Georgia O’Keefe suggests the sheer joy of … read more.
Change is life’s constant. While conflict is not a constant, it is a reality of life which we can’t escape. This service explores how conflict can be transformative rather than disruptive. Communication is important.
Special Music for Stewardship Month – Violinist Binrui Mo – Pianist … read more.
It seems apt to remember Universalist minister, Olympia Brown, during Women’s Month of March. Not only was Rev. Olympia Brown the first woman ordained by a denomination, she was a religious leader who spent a lifetime advocating and working for a woman’s right to vote. … read more.