Spring is often a time of transition. The season is filled with weddings, graduations, life changes and the promise of new adventures. This Sunday, we celebrate the baby dedication of Soleil Sanders and Intern Minister Connie Simon’s last Sunday in the USG pulpit.
Speaker: Connie Simon
Join us as we highlight the benefits we all receive when we focus less on ourselves and more on being in community with others. This special intergenerational service feature music, spoken word and even a few surprises. You don’t want to miss it!
Beneath all the rhetoric and political division, we’re joined together by our common humanity. Can we acknowledge our past, accept our present and work together for our future? Can we say openly and honestly, “This is Us”?
This service is offered by the UUA to listen deeply to the stories that have not been heard and to lament what our UU tradition has lost by being unable – or unwilling – to center People of Color. It’s a celebration of our commitment … read more.
USG continues its month of holiday-themed services with Hallelujah! A joyful service featuring music, readings and homilies celebrating African-American holiday culture.
Transgender Day of Remembrance is an opportunity for communities to come together and remember transgender people, gender-variant individuals, and those perceived to be transgender, who have been murdered because of hate. We remember those who were lost to violence this year and affirm our commitment to … read more.
Census reports show that poverty in Philadelphia remains the worst among the nation’s big cities. Government doesn’t seem to have any answers. What is our responsibility as people of faith? How can we work together with interfaith partners to help our community?
Join us for the tradition of Dia de los Muertos. On this sacred day, our church becomes a respectful and even happy place to remember the dead. Mariachi Flores, who played for Pope Francis during his visit, will enliven our celebration. Please bring a photo … read more.
We will explore building a Unitarian Universalist faith where every UU feels called to not just get involved but to reside in the struggle for racial justice for the long haul. How do we move to a deeper understanding of all levels of anti-racism work? … read more.
We’ve all experienced hurt or disappointment because of our own actions or the actions of others. As we celebrate the Jewish High Holy Days, we remember that one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves and others is the gift of forgiveness and the … read more.