In a month when we are looking at the theme of Brokenness, we consider what really happens when things fall apart…and how we put them together again.
Speaker: Rev. T. J. FitzGerald
On this important day we remember the life and the ministry of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. And we reflect on some of the ways he touched the life of these islands.
Come and celebrate this tradition as we gather once again this year to welcome the light of love into the heart of the world.
The great utterance of the sage, Charlie Brown “good grief” reminds us of what this time of year can hold for many of us. Alongside celebration comes grief for many of us. But what does grief offer us?
In this month, we will consider the spiritual theme of Simplicity. What does something simple mean to us and how does a faith grow with simplicity in a world that seems so complex? Maybe we need a simple idea.
This Sunday before a meal that will look very different for many, we look together at the main attractions we have in life and the side shows we also love.
You may also want to watch the song I refer to throughout the sermon, hopefully before watching … read more.
In times of pain and times of discernment, we often speak of holding space. Together we will consider what that means to each on of us.
As a people, as a nation brace for historical decisions, we consider what new days offer each one of us in our lives.
On this special Sunday we remember the first meeting of our community, and we remember all those who have passed on this year while brightening our lives for so long.
On this National Coming Out Day Sunday, we lift up the bravery of those who have forsaken comfort or safety to show others a new way of being.
On this special Sunday we bless those lives of different species that we share with our own and we remember the power of communities in our lives.
On this most sacred day when we welcome new members and recall the ancient traditions of Yom Kippur, we consider what it takes to remake that which needs mending and when we can do that.
Promises we make to one another are at the heart of building a life of meaning. This Sunday we will look together and what making and keeping promises means to each one of us.
Labor and the way we work stands at the center of so much of our productivity. How do we know if we are working as we should? And what does it cost us if we are not? We will look together at labor this Labor … read more.
The essence of transformation is present in worship. For Unitarian Universalists, our learning, our justice, and then how these come together when we come together, is at the heart of our faith.
As a faith we try always to be on the right side of history and the right side of the day. A justice seeking people will do this. How does justice work combine with our learning to breed righteousness?
Learning is essential to any life of faith. Sometimes we learn by simply adding new information. But other more painful ways of learning involve being wrong and learning what to do about it.
From time to time in the lives of so many, disruption changes our plans. This month we consider what disruption might mean to us in our daily lives and our lives of faith. Is it a blessing or a curse? And how do we know … read more.
On this Stonewall Sunday we remember and celebrate the power of a generation that united under a banner of shared suffering to force a culture to change, to grow, and to love.
You can download the Order of Service here: 20-06-28 Cup of Kindness.
Grace is something we ask for, something we say, something we offer. We look together about the cost and the value of grace in our own lives and the life of The Beloved Community.