Our Sunday Services and Religious Education are at 10:30 a.m.
They are open to all. Infant and toddler care are available.
April Theme: What Does it Mean to be a Community of Transformation?
April 2 –”The Urge to Fix”
In essence, the goals of Unitarian Universalism are to be the best people we can be, and to save the world. How are we doing with reaching those goals? What new approaches might we take in these times of anxiety and discord?
April 9 – “We are children and parents of transformation”
From the first living cell to our most recent thought, we are the children of untold numbers of transformative processes. Now, can we take responsibility for the transformations that will inevitably follow? CUF member Bob DeFilippis leads this Service.
April 16 – –”Cracking Open”
Rev. Sarah Richards leads a religious humanist meditation on the Easter Egg, its ancient symbolism and its uses as a modern metaphor.
April 23 – “Earth Day”
In preparation for the Climate Justice march, Rev. Sarah Richards expands on UU’s seventh principle, “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.” How can we draw from all of the sources of our living tradition to protect the earth?
April 30 – Lysistrata excerpt – title and description pending…
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Services start at 10:30 am and last 75 minutes, during the Summer they last 60 minutes mid-June – August.