The history of our denomination is filled with amazing stories of courage, faith, love, and beauty. However, not all of our stories are so pleasant. Come and hear the story from the Black Empowerment Controversy that nearly divided our denomination, and left thousands of black … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dan Miyake
Michael Servetus has long been described as the Grandfather of UUism. A contemporary of John Calvin during the Reformation, Servetus challenged the Doctrine of the Trinity, and his execution for heresy sparked a movement that fought for religious liberty.
Martin Luther King Day is January 18th. This day gives us pause to consider where we are as individuals, as a congregation, as a denomination, and as a nation as it pertains to racism.
Our Second Principle calls us to work for justice, equity, and compassion in human relations. While these themes are all intertwined, Rev. Dan will focus on the element of compassion. What does it mean to be compassionate? What motivates (or should motivate) us to be … read more.
7:00 pm by LiveSteam, access it via Facebook just like a regular services. Join us for a traditional Christmas Eve service, complete with beloved holiday songs, readings, and familiar stories.
The Winter solstice on December 21st signals the beginning of the return of the light of the sun and the promise of Spring. Though the earth still sleeps and the air is cold, we look forward to longer, warmer days and earth’s rebirth with great … read more.
Do you have the Holiday Blues? With shopping, putting up a tree, decorating one’s home, and going to family holiday events, everyone is expected to be of good cheer. Sometimes that just isn’t possible. Between Covid-19, anxiety about the election, isolation, and a host of … read more.