Gratitude as an Act of Resistance

As Unitarian Universalists we are called to be grateful in the face of and despite the devastation and sadness in life. As we gather for a second Thanksgiving living with COVID, feeling grateful can be difficult for many. What if, though, we thought of gratitude as an act of resistance? Join Rev. Samaya for an interactive service.

Compassionate Imperfection

In Rev. Anne Barker’s Confluence Lecture, she referred to the importance compassionate imperfection in our lives. This service seeks to explore the importance of listening deeply to one another, explores some tools, and ends with a gratitude practice. 

What Does It Mean to Be a People of Renewal? (Soul Matters Groups)

Join us for a year-long exploration of soul matters groups during our Sunday afternoon service time – typically the last service of the month, with some exceptions. Soul Matters groups offer the gift of spiritual connection. Around us swirls a shallow, frantic, and materialistic culture that regularly leaves us cut off from our deepest selves, life’s gifts and needs greater than our own.