Sunday Services

Sunday, January 26, 2020 | What Would You Do? | Rev. Dawn Fortune

January 26, 2020 What Would You Do? Rev. Dawn Fortune Integrity is said to be what we do when nobody is watching us. Life presents us daily with situations where we must make moral choices – sometimes we choose what is right, sometimes we choose what is more comfortable. What does our Unitarian Universalist faith … Continued

Sunday, January 19, 2020 | If I’m Honest… | Guest speaker Christin Green

January 19, 2020 “If I’m Honest…” Guest speaker Christin Green One of the principles Unitarian Universalists are known for is our “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” We are seekers and questioners and skeptics and pioneers! Yet, we often default to “someone else more qualified” to lead the charge. How do we, as … Continued

Sunday, January 12, 2020 | Two Truths and a Lie | Rev. Dawn Fortune

January 12, 2020 Two Truths and a Lie Rev. Dawn Fortune Integrity means telling the truth. Or does it? When might telling a lie be the better choice? Life is complex, and integrity, our inner moral compass, calls us to consider carefully before we speak. Join us for this challenging exploration!

Sunday, December 15, 2019 | You’ve Been Wait-Listed | Rev. Dawn Fortune

You’ve Been Wait-Listed Rev. Dawn Fortune December is a season of miracles and waiting and wonder. As the nights get longer and darker and colder, our attention turns to stories of hope that we will be delivered from the dark. As Joseph and Mary sought shelter from the bitter desert cold, they found themselves waiting … Continued

Sunday, December 1, 2019 | A UU Take on Faith and Miracles | Melanie Davis, PhD

A UU Take on Faith and Miracles Melanie Davis, PhD Language can trigger emotional responses related to a listener’s spiritual journey. Faith and miracles are two hot-button words relevant to the lives and beliefs of religious liberals. Anecdotes and scientific facts build appreciation of these constructs from a non-theist perspective.

Sunday, November 24, 2019 | Feed My Sheep | Rev. Dawn Fortune

Feed My Sheep Rev. Dawn Fortune The week before Thanksgiving is when many Americans think about those who do not have enough food. Studies have reported that United States residents eat more food on Thanksgiving than on any other day of the year. (The second most gluttonous day is Superbowl Sunday.) As a faith devoted … Continued