Speaker: Dan Miyake

“How Good Do We Really Have To Be?”

Nobody likes to make mistakes, large or small, but making mistakes is part of what it means to be human. Mistakes make us feel bad. They can be embarrassing, and even humiliating, and can hurt other people’s feelings. How can we escape the guilt and shame … read more.

“Transgender Day of Remembrance”

This service is in recognition of the Transgender Day of Remembrance, or TDOR, which was first held in 1999. That initial observance was a vigil held in response to the tragic 1998 murder of Rita Hester, an outspoken transgender woman from Boston. It also commemorated … read more.

“The 8th Principle and Beloved Community”

What in Unitarian Universalism’s central theology requires us to work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community? Come and explore with us as we learn about a proposed 8th UU Principle that answers this question.

“The Wheel of Life”

The Wheel of the Year keeps turning as one
season yields to the next. And as the seasons
pass, we know one thing is for certain – change is inevitable. Whether we experience a major life transition such as a graduation, marriage, retirement, or death, change often … read more.

“The Grace of Acceptance”

Everyone has an innate need to feel accepted. When we experience the grace of acceptance, it is as if space opens up for us to live into our potential without having to live under the shadow of judgment, misunderstanding, micro-aggression, or fear. For LGBTQ … read more.

“Blessing of the Animals”

Oct 4 – Animals enrich our lives in so many ways. They are our companions, helpers, protectors, comforters, and more. We are blessed to have animals in our lives, and now it is our turn to bless them. Join us as we show our love … read more.

“Doing the Hokey Pokey”

With all of the troubles in the world today, the stress, the uncertainties about what the future holds, we can forget to laugh or even smile when we feel as if we are carrying the weight of the world on our shoulders. Humor is the … read more.

“Rosh Hashanah and the Stinky Kishke”

Considered the “Jewish New Year”, Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of the Jewish High Holy Days. This is a time of reflection, introspection for reviewing the past year, identifying ways we have harmed others, made mistakes, not lived up to our own expectations and commitments, … read more.

“In-gathering and Water Communion”

Each year, we look forward to coming together as a church community after our busy summer adventures. We come together to renew our relationships, to share our experiences, and to join one another in anticipation of the many exciting possibilities of the coming church year. … read more.

“Forgiveness – The Art of Letting Go”

Forgiveness is often seen as something to be sought externally from God or others for some misdeed or sin we have committed, but we rarely consider how, by forgiving others, we liberate ourselves from the hot burning coals of anger, rage, resentment, and pain that … read more.