Speaker: Anna Tulou
Robert Weston advised us: “Cherish your doubts, for doubt is the attendant to truth.” This Sunday we will explore the roles doubt and curiosity play in our tradition, as well as our willingness (or resistance) to admit – and celebrate – that we don’t have … read more.
Bring a photo or memento of your ancestors and/or an offering to contribute to our community altar, and join us in worship as we explore and honor all those who came before us and helped to shape us as we are today. For those attending … read more.
Being a “teaching congregation” contributes to the health and well-being of Unitarian Universalism, now and into the future, but also changes the congregation itself. In this, our second year as a teaching congregation, we’ll consider the opportunities and challenges and how we might lean into … read more.
Continuing to explore themes of welcome, change, and radical hospitality, we will reflect upon the Sikh practice of langar (rhymes with “hunger”) and what lessons it can teach us about ministry within and beyond our walls.