It is a joy to welcome new members, to celebrate long-term members, and especially to welcome new life among us. If you are considering membership, please talk with our minister, Elaine Strawn. And if you would like to bring your child for a UU Dedication, … read more.
Topic: 9:30 & 11 am
Boys and men in our culture are encouraged to be strong, in control, fearless, and non-emotional. A more healthy version of masculinity would include a good balance of being nurturing, kind and gentle as well. Where are the role models for this? What can men … read more.
How appropriate to have a multi-generational service focused on transformation. What WOULD you like to be when you grow up?
Yikes! Change can be very scary. Let’s just avoid it. And yet we UUs are called to be agents for change, of transformation even. What do we see around us? What color are the glasses we use? Are they rose colored? Gray? UU theologian James … read more.
Sunrise Service and Brunch starting at 7:30 am. Bring your favorite breads, eggs, fruit and share the joy of the morning.
Regular service at 9:30am and 11:00am: Where the Quest for Compassion Can Lead Us….Together. The Choir will perform.
We are aware that human activity is creating an environmental crisis. What is less obvious is that it is people of color who suffer most and first.
As we take another look at humility, the mirror will focus us…all puns intended! History is filled with myths and stories about the insight of mirrors.
The ancient Greeks know the dangers of hubris. It’s time for our contemporary world to take a full and personal moral inventory [to use the words of 12 Step Programs]
We have lived in a gender binary construct for so long, that it is a constant challenge to look beyond those walls. Rev. Byrd is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Westfield Center and a founder of the Prysm group in Wooster. He … read more.
I first heard this ancient Oriental saying many years ago and have struggled with it from time to time ever since. I don’t want to imply that I am “The Teacher,” still there may be something for all of us to learn in this idea. … read more.