Speaker: Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper

Four Roles of Activism

There are many ways to work for justice, equity, and compassion in our world, not just one role to play. Here is one model for how to frame and engage in the work.

Inspired and Inspiring

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday, we will explore the stories of activists through the years, some who may have inspired his work, some who worked with him, and some who were inspired by his work.

Out of the Wilderness

Mystics and Prophets usually spend time in the wilderness – either by choice or because they are forced by circumstance. What can we learn from their experiences?

Voices of Resilience

Living through a pandemic is a strange new experience, and we all cope in different ways. Various GUUF members (through video) will share their reflections on the challenges and unexpected learnings they have experienced. If resilience is an indicator of survival, how do we cultivate … read more.

Blue Christmas

The winter holidays can be particularly challenging when you or your family are experiencing grief due to a recent loss, or to the anniversary of a loss. This meditative service will provide an opportunity to honor the complexity of grief at the holidays.

Ed Proulx Ordination

As part of this morning’s service, the Greenville UU Fellowship will ordain Edward Proulx into the Unitarian Universalist ministry.

We will also take a moment to honor the legacy of the Enchanted Chalice Renaissance Faire. Service participants include Rev. Darrick Jackson, Rev. Nell Newton, … read more.

Gods and Monsters

Superheroes and mythical creatures! Fantasy worlds and folktales! Myths and legends are entertaining and reassuring, and they can provide lessons and insights into our own lives.

Out of the Depths

The practice of lament is found in ancient rituals of many cultures. It is not a common thing to think about in modern times, but it provides a path through difficulty to healing and renewal.

Staying Queer

Human beings tend to categorize and describe ourselves and each other using broad categories and traits, some of which feel good and right. Others feel imposed on us, or somehow more challenging. How does your identity remain static, and how does it shift and change?