On April 21st, we will gather in interfaith community to dialogue about the precious earth that we share and call home. On this Earth Day, we will hear from different voices on how we can live in closer relationship with the one world we have … read more.
Rev. Nic Cable
Pluralism is grounded in encounter. One of our budding interfaith relationships is with North Christian Church. We will gather this Sunday as one community to imagine how our lives might change if our congregations lived in closer proximity.
While Unitarian Universalists have historical roots in Christianity, many of us have complex feelings about this world religion. As we begin a month focused on Pluralism, on this Easter Sunday, we will find renewed meaning of an ancient Christian story about one who died as … read more.
2018 is a year of clarifying our vision as a congregation. A critical step in this process is to defining our “core values” as a congregation. Together we will ask, “What transcendent, timeless qualities of our religious community will we embody in all we do?”