Services include sermons preached by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard unless otherwise noted.
January 7th: “Breathe.”
The new year has begun! As we move from 2017 into 2018, and following the busyness of the holiday season, let’s pause to catch our breath. Breathing is our most basic act, connecting us to the larger world in an immediate way. Let’s reflect on the simple wonder of our own existence, beginning with something we must remember to do when faced with stress and difficulty: Breathe.
Given weather conditions, this Sunday’s service will take place on Facebook starting at 10:30am. Click here to go there.
January 14th: “The G-Word”
Many people think of religion as being the worship of a deity. Unitarian Universalism as a religion may be baffling to them, particularly since so many UUs describe themselves as agnostics, humanists or atheists. And yet, our varied ways of understanding the world and our efforts to make it a better place for everyone support concepts of the divine that are rich and multi-faceted.
January 21st: “Searching for Signs of Rebirth in the Bleak Mid-Winter”
What work must be done during the darkness and the cold to find an inner awareness of new beginnings? EarthRising will lead us in an experiential, mythopoetic, inner journey in search of possible signs.
EarthRising is the Fellowship's thirty-year-old Nature-centered spirituality group.
January 28th: “Each According to Their Understanding”
The Unitarian Universalist commitment to religious pluralism dates back to the Edict of Torda, the first guarantee of religious freedom in Europe, issued in 1568 by the Transylvanian king, John Sigismund, a Unitarian. Let’s celebrate the 450th anniversary of the beginning of our legacy as a spiritual tradition that resists the narrow view that there is only one way to be faithful.