Topic: Life

“The End of the World as We Know It”

In human history, there are strong reoccurring stories predicting the end of the world, many in dramatic apocalyptic fiery stages of redemption and revenge.  Our Theme of the Month is Myth and Symbols; as we face uncertain times, what stories and myths can help us now?  

“The Happiness Button”

Livestreamed  at 10:30 am (prelude begins at 10:25)

Can being generous provide happiness and satisfaction?  Are we just chasing clouds when we strive for happiness?  What about satisfaction, or do we shift expectations to just getting by?

“The Gifts of Neurodiversity”

Livestreamed  at 10:30 am (prelude begins at 10:25)

 As Unitarian Universalists, we preach inclusion.  But is our definition of inclusion broad enough?  Are we accepting and celebrating all people and embracing the beauty that is found in our neurological differences?

Stephanie Pawlowski


A multi-generational service of stories and music that celebrates our experience of life’s great mysteries and the Mystery that some call God. This is a service for all ages, and children will remain in the service for its entirety. Erica Shadowsong and Ellen Gozion … read more.

“Our Body Ourselves”

Livestreamed at 10:30 AM (prelude begins at 10:25).

As Unitarian Universalists we Covenant to Affirm and Promote the Principle of the Inherent Worth and Dignity of Every Person.  Does this Principle conflict with a woman’s right to choose to end a pregnancy