Rev. Lynda Sutherland
February is a month of expectation, of promise, of hidden potential. Groundhog day, Valentine’s Day, Imbolc, all respond to the call of earth awakening and life-force stirring. Welcoming and celebrating the growth of the returning light and Life’s insatiable appetite for rebirth.
All Ages Service
Sometimes, in order to truly co-exist, people must resist the forces of hate, division, and destruction. Now is the time for people of diverse faiths, cultures, and life circumstances to “co-resist” the forces of evil and injustice in our world. How can UUs … read more.
What would it be like if we didn’t measure the success of our life just by what we get and don’t get, but gave equal or greater priority to how aligned we are with our deepest values? Could it be that our success lies in … read more.
What would it be like if our UU worship service centered entirely around the voices and the experiences of black Unitarian Universalists? What truths might we hear, however difficult? What might we learn? How might these black UU leaders teach us to be better allies, … read more.
Music, story, and, of course, the lighting of candles in the darkness.
Have you ever had a moment in your life after which you knew nothing would ever be the same? The future can suddenly look frighteningly unfamiliar. Sometimes, having hope in the future takes a “leap of faith.” Finding more hope, #morefaith in times of darkness.
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Have you ever struggled with finding your purpose and being at peace with it? Or are you yearning for more peace in your life and relationships? Do long for a day when war is no more? How can we imagine #morepeace in the world, and … read more.
One of our UU principles is to support each other’s spiritual journey. As we prepare for the holiday season, please contact me if you have religious traditions you would like to see represented in one or more of our services. We want to draw service … read more.