Rev. Pam Philips


Rev. Pam will meet the challenge posed by Frank & Marilyn DuPont, winners of the annual auction sermon. One of the most difficult things for UUs to accept is the Inherent Worth and Dignity part of the First Principle in the face of Evil as … read more.

Roots Hold Me Close

The roots of our religious movement run deep, and this year marks an important anniversary – 450 years ago this year, the Edict of Torda marked the first step toward religious tolerance. We’ll celebrate this anniversary by learning about Ferenc Dávid and King John Sigismund … read more.

Who Blesses Whom?

What does it mean to use language like “blessings” in a religious community that has strong strains of humanism and atheism? We’ll consider how we might reframe and reclaim a language of reverence that is most often associated with much more conservative and orthodox faiths.

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Blessings of Community / Flower Communion

Join us for one of the most beloved Unitarian Universalist rituals, invented in 1923 by Unitarian minister, Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, and now practiced by most UU congregations in the U.S. We’ll celebrate the blessings of being in community with one another in a … read more.