Speaker: Rev. Chris Hockman

Gender Revolution

In honor of Pride Month, all are invited to watch Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric and come prepared for an exploration of gender diversity. What does the “gender revolution” mean for Unitarian Universalism and our congregation? The film is available to watch for free here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10154790608436005

Keeping Sabbath UU-Style

• If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch the service online here.Setting aside time each week to observe the ancient concept of Sabbath can be beneficial to modern Unitarian Universalists. An invitation to “turn off” so you can “tune in,” a Sabbath means reserving a special time to turn attention away from obligations … Continue reading Keeping Sabbath UU-Style

Caring for One Another

Click the Continue Reading link to Stream the service here. Sometimes each of us needs more than words of encouragement or a hug from a friend; we need ongoing support from someone who will listen to our concerns and fears. To meet these needs, many congregations have created Pastoral Care Associate programs. Associates are trained … Continue reading Caring for One Another

Earth Lessons

If you are unable to attend in person, you may watch the service here. With Earth Day approaching, what do earth-centered religions tell us about our current state of the world? How can we use the earth’s wisdom to cope in difficult times, and how can we help save our Mother Earth when it feels … Continue reading Earth Lessons

Resurrecting Easter

If you are unable to attend in person, you may watch the service here. Based on the book “Resurrecting Easter: How the West Lost and the East Kept the Original Easter Vision” by biblical historian John Dominic Crossan, let’s look at a completely different model for understanding Easter’s resurrection story, one that provides promise and … Continue reading Resurrecting Easter