As we begin a new church year, we recognize and feel the challenge of the times we are living in. We might experience overwhelm. However, authentic engagement with the “social project” that we find ourselves involved in offers unprecedented chances for growth. One thing we … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Julia McKay
Through the process of discerning whether or not to stay at Unity, we realized that there is a comfort being together. We have formed a relationship with one another and now find ourselves connected across an even bigger space than the church building as we … read more.
Our series ends with a reaffirmation of our call to contemplative action in the world. The awareness of one another’s beauty is the “seedling for the birth of compassion and justice. The celebration of this beauty of beings, their communities and ecosystems, cannot exist without … read more.
The spiritual part of ourselves is a “divine abyss.” It is a dimension that is not touched by words, thoughts, ideas and feelings. Our bodies were made for perceiving the beauty of the world–a flower, a kiss, a stunning and vibrant green hillside, a newborn … read more.
We try to satisfy our thirst for meaningful life with so many distractions and addictions. Awakening to beauty is to find the well that never runs dry. For it is in beginning to truly see the world with our spirits that our soul’s thirst … read more.
Today we celebrate the ways that we two-legged wanderers share our lives the four-leggeds lounging, lunging and leaping We look so different, moving according to the way we were made.
Yet here in this circle,
we are part of one family sharing one planet.
May … read more.
To say that “these are unsettling times” is perhaps an understatement. Who knew that our country would be simultaneously experiencing a world wide health crisis, massive economic distress, and wide- spread social outrage over the murder of yet another of our black siblings? It is … read more.
How can we talk about beauty and contemplative spritual practice in a time of injustice, violence and pandemic? It is true that things are beautiful–not by a standard of “pretty” as seen by our eyes, but by an essence of sacred worth that … read more.
“Crossing the Threshold of Faith.”
This service will be exploring the great question about the future of our beloved community, and it will be followed by a Town Hall Meeting . Rev J will speak.
This morning we honor our feminine ancestors as we celebrate the Unitarian Universalist ritual of Flower Communion. At its core, this ritual is a celebration of diversity. There is something in the human spirit that hungers to live in the midst of diversity, that … read more.