Candlelight Christmas Eve service filled with stories and carols.
What do you resolve for yourself in the coming year? What will you let go of?
Join us for a very UU, full participation, re-enactment of the nativity story and singing of carols. All ages, with and without costumes, will be encouraged to participate in a spirit of play and sharing joy with our community.
Let us share of our bounty with one another in UU Communion. Please bring bread to share that represents something of your family or heritage.
In a year that has been difficult for transgender persons, we take the time to honor and remember these challenges. We re-commit to living into our values as a Welcoming Congregation.
We have just completed a brutal and divisive election season. How do we renew our faith in democracy and in each other?
At the 2018 General Assembly in Kansas City, members of St. John’s were challenged and inspired to live our religion in a world struggling for inclusion and equity.
2018 is the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda, a statement urging freedom of religious belief and tolerance of religious difference. It was originally proclaimed in Transylvania, now a part of Romania, in 1568. It was enacted at a time of theological, religious, political … read more.
We all need time to renew and to feel safe. How might we offer time and space for renewal to those most in need – particularly those without a homeland?
There comes a time when we all must pause and reflect on where we’ve been and where we want to go. Ministers are no exception. This service will take the time to wish Rev. Mitra well, while she takes that brief opportunity to pause as … read more.