In 1945 a group of young Universalist ministers gathered together to explore how they might revitalize the Universalist Church of America. They adopted some of the elements of monastic discipline as a form in which to release their creativity.
Rev. Paul Sprecher
Staring at a blank piece of paper, we wonder how the first sentence will ever come to us. And then, perhaps, an inspiration comes unbidden or a dream is remembered or the creativity of the Universe itself appears and we manage to tap into the … read more.
We often emerge into a new and freer life at moments of loss or danger or
crisis. Like the butterfly, we can be transformed in ways we couldn’t have planned.
Worship Associate – James Hayes-Bohanan
Spring Equinox on March 20 brings light and dark back into balance. How can we bring the needs of more than 7 1/2 billion human beings back into balance with the needs of Mother Nature?
We balance our personal checkbooks to make sure that our income and expenses are all accounted for and to make sure we haven’t forgotten to write them all down. Our life energies need to stay in balance as well — as do our congregation’s.
Worship with Rev. Paul Sprecher, “Resolution Dissolution”: How’s it going with those New Year’s Resolutions one week in? Resolutions often fail; setting intentions day by day works better.
“Holding on and Letting Go”: The end of the year calls for ‘Resolutions’ — which too often fail. Instead, let’s face the New Year thinking about what we want to leave behind and what we want to keep doing and believing and hoping for. Lay … read more.
Our traditional service of stories and carols – with a (very) slightly new twist!
In good times and bad, the Advent season reminds us that though darkness grows, light also returns.
Generosity is learned in families. Our “Guest at Your Table” fundraiser starts this Sunday — but can we
find the time to welcome a guest together?