Thirsty to the point of delusion. Hungry beyond pain. Moses and the Israelites have been fleeing Pharaoh’s troops, fighting amongst themselves and running out of hope. Now they have to cross this body of water! Even when the odds seems quite impossible they take the … read more.
Speaker: Intern Minister Connie Simon
You don’t have to believe me. I am a biased Minister. In 2016, the Journal of the American Medical Association published a report based on over 74,000 women documenting life quantity and quality increase with regular religious community attendance. Unitarian Universalism and USG save lives … read more.
Life has existed on planet Earth for approximately 3.8 billion years. Born 209 years ago on Feb 12, 1809, Charles Darwin changed our understanding of the history – and future – of life. His ideas can still affect the way we live our lives. How can Darwin’s … read more.
The holiday hustle and bustle are over, right? Do you feel like very little time transpired before you went right back into hurry, hurry, hurry mode? Do you feel like way too many parts of your year – or your life for that matter – … read more.
At the Pool of Bethesda Jesus instructed a man who had been laying paralyzed for 38 years, “Pick up your mat and walk.” When we feel stuck, can we somehow still move along with our lives? How can you get unstuck and move along into … read more.
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.
In 1967 Dr. King preached a sermon by this title. He said it was midnight in the international and national social order as well as the personal and psychological order. He examined biblical text and US history for when and how people had faith in … read more.
Can you remember a time when you realized how fragile and valuable your life is? It may have been while grieving the death of a loved one or when you yourself felt close to death. How can you hold those times close to your heart … read more.
Shape Note singing is a uniquely American tradition which grew in many communities with higher levels of illiteracy. Everyone at this worship, with any level of musical experience, will be invited (not required) to sing along. This will be a simple, beautiful and meaningful time … read more.
A young couple must take a difficult journey. Despite rustling winds, a tattered blanket, and no room at the inn, they find a way. Mary shows a bravery and commitment embodying a love beyond belief, allowing her to see the universe and God as she never believed … read more.