Speaker: Rev. Jennifer Johnson
During this last worship service of the church year, we’ll turn our attention to church years to come. One of the ways we prepare for the future is by dreaming – imagining our lives and the world transformed by our deepest hopes and longings. What … read more.
Come celebrate the blessings of our faith and our spiritual community with the tradition flower communion adapted to these hard times. Both choirs will perform, and we’ll also be honoring our high school graduates. Not to be missed!
(Please plan to stay after the service for … read more.
Beauty comes in many forms, by way of different kinds of experiences–from art, to nature, to music. What makes our experiences of beauty similar is the common experience of attraction. Beauty draws us near. Beauty lures. Beauty beckons. Why? To what? As people of progressive … read more.
Forest ecologist Suzanne Simard discovered through her research that old growth trees–so-called “Mother Trees”–communicate with younger trees by way of vast, underground fungal networks that bind the generations in a forest community. Especially in times of peril, Mother Trees make a special effort to impart … read more.
In his closing statement from On the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin points out that the world is replete with diverse expressions of beauty. Such abundant beauty is borne out of a complex process of change, differentiation, evolution. The Earth’s richness teaches us that beauty … read more.
On this Easter Sunday, we will celebrate the spiritual concept of resurrection from a Unitarian Universalist perspective. Our window will be the powerful life and legacy of our Unitarian ancestor, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a 19th century abolitionist, public speaker, and writer of popular fiction … read more.
Join via Zoom: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/8261399470
Join us online for our monthly evening service of reflection, ritual, and song. We will begin exploring our April theme, Awakening. As we enter the spring season of renewed vitality after the dormancy of winter, we will take some reflective time … read more.