Description: A popular hymn proclaims that our “roots hold [us] close, wings set [us] free.” In exploring our roots, we often refer to the rich history of our
Description: Thanksgiving is thought to be a particularly American holiday, but this sermon will unfold a larger picture of giving thanks in world religions, a
Description: It is beneficial to look at the role of “intelligences” in the current polarized political environment.
Description: Come build a Day of the Dead Altar for our congregation. Bring a photo, a keepsake or other remembrance of someone you wish to honor.
Description: Social Justice Committee will provide speakers/topics.
Description: Brokenness is something we all experience in one way or another. What can we make of it?
Description: As Unitarian Universalists we draw inspiration from many sources – sacred and secular. Some secular sources include popular culture!
Description: The September 27 service will be an in
Description: From Universalist minister, Abner Kneeland, who was imprisoned for atheism 170 years ago, to the "new atheists" of today, the relationship between
Description: We come together for a new congregational year out of different places, some far away, some next door.
Description: The Unitarian Church North is a Welcoming Congregation.
Description: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (February 23, 1868 - August 27, 1963) was an American civil rights activist, leader, Pan-Africanist, sociologist,
Description: The service will include a Time for Children (and Young at Heart).
Description: To many, finding life elsewhere in the universe would be a game changer. What if we recognize and acknowledge that we live within a larger life r
Description: In popular culture we often hear about the songs of the summer.
Description: Each of us has probably considered how to offer forgiveness when we have been wronged.
Description: Jan Crosby will moderate a Community Conversation on July 5th to explore our personal relationship and meaning to the 7 Principles.
Description: With the help of poetry and stories, we'll explore the wonderful gifts strangers can bring to our community, and why welcoming strangers