The Holiday season can be delightful, and it can be daunting. This Sunday we talk honestly about some of the emotional challenges of the season. And in the chaos of shopping, unreasonable expectations, travel plans, and bad weather, we hold onto hope for personal peace. The Rev. Kent Doss
Podcast – 2013
Throughout our history, Unitarian Universalists have been vocal about issues of justice and peace. This Sunday we look at a few of the notable statements and how they can inform peacemaking efforts today. The Rev. Kent Doss
To begin our theme of Peace for December, this Sunday we explore the building blocks of healthy community. Many people see congregational life as a place where we can practice how we want to be in the wider world. So we will pay special attention to the way we weave together a peaceful congregation at […]
The Fall brings an almost knee-jerk response of gratitude. This Sunday we turn Thanksgiving on its head and discuss the things that we are entitled to. There are some things in our lives for which we should not feel grateful, things that every person deserves. In recognition of November as National Adoption Month, part of […]
The Day of the Dead is celebrated in Mexico with gatherings to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. In this lively celebration of life, we sing songs and tell stories for all ages to enjoy. Many brought a photograph or memento of their deceased loved one to add to the […]
How will you let your unique light shine? What will you do with this one precious life? Each person comes into this world with unique challenges and gifts. This Sunday we explore those tasks that belong to us, because we are the only person who can do them.
As we begin to explore the theme of vocation in October, this Sunday we focus on holy work. How can we find work that is meaningful and how can we find meaning in the work that we do? We will listen to what the Buddha’s eightfold path and Gandhi have to say about this modern […]
Together we celebrate the beloved Unitarian Universalist ritual of Water Communion. As we each pour out our water into one communal vessel, we honor the contributions that each person makes to Tapestry.