What was your greatest adventure? Was it a trip? Was it a new way of living? What did it hold for you? We will explore some of these questions as we look together at some of the answers to the question: What is the greatest … read more.
Ten of our members ventured to General Assembly, an annual gathering for Unitarian Universalism. This Sunday, our trusted friends will share their experiences at General Assembly and their hopes for our shared future.
No matter how far we go or how remote our adventure, the same thing is always with us. Together we will explore what it means to take ourselves—our whole selves—with us, wherever we go.
Some of us go on adventures all the time. Some of us prefer to keep to the familiar. But sometimes we end up on adventures we could never see coming. We will reflect together on what our adventures reveal to us.
Knowing that all living things will someday die – what do our lives, and those who have passed before, mean in the larger context? And how does that shape who we are in the world… How do those of us who don’t hold … read more.
Our annual celebration of the important and life-giving work of our Chalice Circle and Covenant Group communities will uphold the principles and support the work of our beloved partner and neighbor, Youth Outreach or YO!
So much of reverence in the history of faith has to do with where we worship. We will explore together how lives of faith are built and where best to place a faith foundation.
Our friend Dr. Sands will inform and delight us with some of the history of reverence in religion and she might also help us understand our own beloved streak of irreverence.
In this special service, we will ask questions and seek truth and meaning from the responses. Sometimes our lifelong search for truth and meaning is better with company.
Our special guest, Rev. Lauren Buck Medeiros, Chaplain at The Punahou School will help us in taking a look at the story of David and Goliath. Through this story we will consider different perspectives and the tools we have to address challenges in life.
In the end, after all the promise making and promise keeping, what’s really in it of us? What happens when we deliver on our promises to others and when they deliver on their promises to us?
So much of staying in relationship is keeping our word to others. On this Mother’s Day, we consider those nurturing relationships in our lives and how living up to our word can help to heal, and help to seal, our most important relationship.
It is an honor to offer others our care, our service, and our friendship. As we look together at the theme of covenant, we will explore an essential element of a covenant, an offer, and what it means to a community like our own.
This month we look together at the spiritual theme of incarnation. Theologies tracing the body and its form abound through time and across the globe. We will kick off stewardship season once more and look together at what being whole means…and what it doesn’t.
Join First Unitarian for our second annual intergenerational UU Seder. The Seder is followed by a pot luck lunch. Join in the fellowship of eating and drinking and the celebration of freedom.
One of my favorite books is one of those collections of essays by David Sedaris. I know, I know, so original Rev. T. J.—you and the rest of the world. But the collection I like the best is the one called Me Talk Pretty One … read more.
“To be a consciousness or rather to be an experience is to hold inner communication with the world, the body and other people, to be with them instead of being beside them.” – Maurice Merleau Ponty. What, exactly is a body? Who or what … read more.
When the earth was still flat
And clouds made of fire
And mountains stretched up to the sky, sometimes higher,
Folks roamed the earth
Like big rolling kegs.
They had two sets of arms,
They had two sets of legs,
They had two faces peering,
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Hurricanes can be fun. I learned this at a young age. In the early eighties, I was living with my family in Connecticut in a house where only the main road and a creepy old graveyard, with a gate too hard to operate without pinching … read more.
Have you ever been at the beach, when the waves are so forbidding that the farthest you want to wade in is about to your ankles, maybe your calves? On Thursday afternoon at Waimea, the waves were like that. I was actually there long enough … read more.