How Our Christian Ancestry
Shaped the Unitarian Universalism We
Know Today "
"Protecting Our Innocence"
"Why Would an Atheist Go to Church?"
May 8 :
Teach In, Part I"
Sundays 10:30-11:30 am
Join us for a hospitality hour following each service.
Have you ever wondered where
Unitarian Universalism came from? What Unitarian Universalism
is? Join us for part one of a periodic series examining our
faith tradition from a variety of angles.
"Journey to Parts Unknown"
–Reverend Eve Stevens
as we celebrate life's journey and the questions that come
alive along the way.
"How Connected Are We?"
–Reverend Peggy Meeker
Our 7th principle speaks of
“the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a
part.” Are we all connected somehow? How
would that feel? How then should we
from the Global Religions for the New World Order"
-Timothy Hume Behrendt
We are now a global community
tied together by travel, commerce, communication, health
issues and climate challenges. Is there a
religion/philosophy that meets this challenge? Music from Harp
"A church where people with many different beliefs come
in faith & pursuit of social justice. ~ All are welcome!"
Learn more about
Unitarian Universalism here!
spiritual community, honor diversity, and advocate for social
Our church is
There is a safe place to explore
deeper meanings together and, we consider, with love, all
We find, with respect and open minds,
shared humanity amidst our differences
Through education, partnership, and
action, we empower the betterment of individuals, our
community, and the world.
- Treat each other with civility, dignity,
- Respect our individual ways of
identifying with spirituality
- Invite and welcome people with many views
into our free-thinking community
- Engage in meaningful spiritual
experiences in both large and small groups
- Form mutually beneficial partnerships
with our local community, churches, and the Interfaith
- Create a forum for discussion and
education about social justice issues
- Communicate available social justice
opportunities in our community
Blessings for the UUA's new building in Boston
See our church members at 1:49!