Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller Come one, Come all to our Annual Multigenerational For the Love of Art Sunday. Our world is filled with beauty even in the midst of brokenness and this comes in many forms. Let us celebrate the ways we can create and co-create works of beauty and love.
Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller Unitarian Universalists covenant to affirm and promote “the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large” in our 5th Principle. How can our cherished vales contribute to renewal and health in our democracy?
Led By Rev. Alison B. Miller We are in the first days of an administration at the helm our nation’s democracy, which has already verbally threatened many of the ideals we cherish. What are practices of the heart and spirit that center us and make us resilient in the face of highs and lows to […]
Led by Brooke Donaldson. Dogs are entrenched in our lives not only as pets but as helpful canine companions. What can dogs teach us about being human in our personal lives and when we are surrounded by inhumanity.
Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller. Political disappointments and accumulated griefs have caused many to express gratitude that 2016 is over. There is a yearning to leave it all behind us, but as Sister Simone Campbell has shared, we are called to “walk towards trouble” and to make a difference.