Aug
01

August 28, Letting the Sea Hold You

Service at 10:00am (Summer, single services continue) Sermon: “Letting the Sea Hold You” with Rev. Emilie Boggis A reflection on Phillip Booth’s poem, “First Lesson,” and how a father’s lesson on floating for his daughter becomes a metaphor for surviving…
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Jul
29

Embracing Authenticity: Not So Simple

  As children, we are born wired for relationality, eager to interact with others … and then acculturation happens. Rather than being taught to live into our full authentic selves, we are instead “carefully taught” that to stay in relationship…
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Jul
28

August 21, Punctuating Transitions

Service at 10:00am (Summer, single services continue) Sermon: Join Craig Rubano, Summer Ministerial Intern, as he explores, Punctuating Transitions. As summer comes to a close, our Summer Intern Minister is especially aware of life’s transitions — how those transitions get “punctuated” is…
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Jul
28

A Call for Welcome

UCS is seeking new greeters and ushers to join our Welcoming Team. Every Sunday morning our greeters and ushers act as the front line to make sure that everyone feels welcome and at home as they join our community.  Whether…
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Jul
28

Barót Students Excel

Three Unitarian high school graduates from Barót won top exam scores and have been admitted to the universities of their choice for this fall. They are Ágnes Tatár, who will study for the Unitarian ministry at the Theological Seminary in…
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Jul
25

August 14, Cortisol and Criticism: Embodying Change

Service at 10:00am (Summer, single services continue) Sermon: Cortisol and Criticism: Embodying Change, Robin Tanner, Minister of Worship and Outreach Sir Kenneth Robinson, an international advisor on education, encourages a creativity movement in education, stressing that we are educating children for…
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Jul
13

Finding the Communion at the Heart of Community

“Beloved Community” … we invoke the term all the time … we understand that it is something toward which we want to be — should be — striving, something that our presence helps to build … but how does this…
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