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.
Rev. Paula Maiorano
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.
On this Mother’s Day, come to service and delve into the power of unselfish love to heal ourselves as we transform humanity, and at the same time, learn about the research that supports what many of us know through experience about unselfish love.
People sometimes strive for perfection, even when we know that life cannot be perfect. This service suggests that there is joy and wisdom in finding the beauty in imperfections.
Now, more than ever, we are being called to a deeper practice of the promise of our faith. In this country, we see systemic racism and discrimination being emboldened in rhetoric and in policy. And in this moment, we are called to do more to … read more.
Our religious community and spiritual home is nourished by the annual pledges we make each year. As we kick off the March Stewardship Campaign, it is a good time to reflect on what makes generosity and giving a spiritual path.
Our UU members often ask some variation of this question, “Why do we call our Sunday service worship if professing the same belief in God is not the central uniting principle of our faith?” This service is by way of a response to what is … read more.
The advances of the Civil Rights era of the sixties have not eradicated the racism that is a cancer eating the fabric of our society. This service explores how Barbara Love’s concept of a “liberatory consciousness” can help us realize the dream of Dr. Rev … read more.
January approaches. It’s a month named for the Roman god Janus, who is depicted with two faces, one looking forward and one looking back. In service, we’ll form a circle and create a ritual honoring that from the past we wish to let go of, … read more.
On this quiet eve of love, joy, and peace, we gather with family and friends to honor Jesus, light candles of the season, celebrate life’s most precious gifts and the miracle that is birth. Truly a most holy night. 7pm