Join us for Our Upcoming Services

Worship Leader: Rev. Sara Green
Worship Associate: Margot Anderson

"We make the road by..."

July 21, 2024 • 10:30am

Howard Zinn reminds us that we have the power to create freedom at our fingertips. When we exercise that right, we build upon a long lineage of creatives, organizers, healers and strategists. Let us build with the tools we have to make freedom roads that lead to Climate justice, gender justice, the end to mass incarceration and more!

Worship Leader: Rev. Nathan Ryan
Worship Associate: Ann Maclaine

UU 101: Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?

July 28, 2024 • 10:30am

Join guest preacher, Rev. Nathan Ryan, as he leads a service on the theological and historical origins of Unitarian Universalism. This service will be a great refresher and opportunity to invite a friend who's always been curious about the faith.

Worship Leader: Rev. Sara Green
Worship Associate: Margot Anderson

Black August: An Homage

August 4, 2024 • 10:30am

It's Black August, y'all! Black August is a month-long ritual of remembrance, study and action honoring Black freedom fighters and political prisoners. It's never been more timely to learn from our elders and train up for what's next. May our worship and our liturgy be our practice.

Worship Leader: Yvelyne & Henry Germain-McCarthy

In the Midst of the Storm, There Is Still Hope to Harness

August 11, 2024 • 10:30am

After a successful 13-year-long rebellion by the enslaved people against Napoleon’s colonial regime of Saint-Domingue, Haiti accomplished the outstanding goal of becoming the world’s first Black Republic in 1804. Culturally and agriculturally, it was the jewel of the Caribbean. For the past 50 years, almost the only media message we get is that Haiti is a hopeless victim of political instability, inescapable poverty, environmental disasters, and the current plague of gang violence. Despite all these torments, Haitians remain resilient and persevere with amazing hopefulness. Yvelyne and Henry will present examples of their experiences over the past 25 years of partnering with people in Haiti to harness their hope and ingenuity in order to amplify the beneficial impacts on their quality of life. The service is an exemplification of two of our UU principles: “the inherent worth and dignity of every person; and the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.” It is designed to inspire action in collaboration with groups in Haiti and their allies, not to analyze the sources of the current “storm” there.