All Souls is a long held holiday celebration honoring our beloved dead and reflecting on our lives. In this Unitarian Universalist celebration, guest minister, Rev. Price will lead us as we celebrate and honor our beloved dead, consider those who are in need of healing and support, and give
We are each the hero of our own stories. But have you considered the you may be the villain in someone else’s story? This week we explore villainy, forgiveness, and communicating across divides. Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson serves as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of
Many of us know the story of Susan B Anthony and her connection to our faith, but few of us are acquainted with Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a black Abolitionist, Suffragist, and Unitarian. In this service we will learn about, and honor, Harper’s prescient insistence that Woman’s Emancipation
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During a time of deep listening and reflection, our spirit or soul can be a source of wisdom. We will focus our time during this service on the places where we have done harm or harm has been done to us. We will use ritual to find healing and hope. As you watch this service, please have a stone