Speaker: Rev. T. J. FitzGerald
Even after new beginnings or new starts, we make mistakes. Forgiveness calls us to deeper questions than simply who was wrong and who is right. We examine some of these questions together this Sunday.
We remember the ancient practices of atonement and forgiveness practiced at the time of Yom Kippur this Sunday. What is it that we hold? What won’t we release? How free are we really? Let’s gather and reflect together.
What do we do with the flames we have, the flames we tend? How do we hold together in these times? And how do we seek to build together The Beloved Community? We will answer these questions and more this Sunday.
In this month working with the theme of kindness, we consider the ways we share a common root, a common ancestor, a common way of caring in this community. And we reflect on what share in common.
This month we reflect on the theme of Kindness. We will begin our month with wondering what more Kindness can mean to each one of us and how it might have the power to change our lives and the world around us.
After some time away, Rev. T. J. will reflect on what it means to be home again and upon what the meaning of travel holds for those who venture far and wide.
On this special Sunday we will welcome the Summer Solstice with the help of our CUUPS group and also celebrate the importance of fatherhood of all kinds.
We will welcome Pride Sunday together and celebrate the beautiful expressions of love, identity, and affection that fill this world and enliven our community. Come and rejoice and celebrate welcoming with us!
Many say the only bad question is the one that isn’t asked. That may not always be the case. And on this special Sunday, Rev. T. J. will answer any questions you have in his sermon. Just email him and he’ll work it into his … read more.
Our tradition welcomes people of all kinds at all times. On this Sunday we will consider what it means to hold the gift of life for each one of us and how we share that gift with those in our lives.
On this special Sunday we will kick off the annual pledge drive and celebrate lei day. We will consider what generations to come are asking from us today.
On this Easter service, we will be talking about the influx of migrants at the borders and about how welcome is not just a practice, but something that saves lives when we are in a strange land.
On this equinox Sunday, we will welcome new members and consider the ways that new life in the midst of us all changes our community forever and for the better.
There are times when things we hear or ideas we’ve had don’t make sense anymore. This is part of learning. This Sunday we will look at how new ideas coming up sometimes have to replace the old ones.
The idea of new life and rising again after death is one that is very ancient. On this Sunday we’ll consider some of these beliefs and how they shape who we are as a community.
One of the things many Unitarian Universalist communities face is the challenge of attracting a wider and wider range of people with a wider and wider range of backgrounds. We will explore how soul work can help with this as we work together.
This Sunday we will begin our reflections on some of the inspiring lives that have shaped all of our lives as we celebrate and deepen our understanding of Black History.
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.