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Hope Surprises Us

In the stories of Hanukkah and Christmas, hope shows up in unlikely places: in a desecrated temple, in a crowded little stable. In what unlikely places has hope surprised us?

A Blue Christmas

The December holidays are a joyous time and a difficult time. Today we’ll sing, laugh, and reflect on what it means to stay spiritually grounded through this frenzied season.

Making the Connections

We live in a society that constantly tells us we’re individual producers and consumers – but we are so much more. Unitarian Universalism’s vision of the interconnected web draws us into deeper relationship with one another and with all life.

Hope for the Hopeless

Hope, wrote Vaclav Havel, is “a state of mind, not of the world…. It is a dimension of the soul, and it’s not essentially dependent on some particular observation of the world or estimate of the situation…. It is an orientation of the spirit, and … read more.

The Things They Carry

If we don’t have family or friends in the military, we can too easily forget that our nation is at war. This veterans day we reflect on the burdens today’s soldiers are facing, and how we can respond.

Remembering Well

In this season of All Souls Day and Dia de Los Muertos, we remember those we have lost: in our own lives, and in our congregation. Join us to reflect on death, grief, healing, and renewal.

At Home in the Universe

Between the dawn and the dusk of our lives, how do we trust our deepest experience? How do we live with faith? How can we be, truly, “at home in the universe?”