Sermons on Holidays
As we celebrate Mother’s Day, we’ll be exploring some fictional mothers that can serve as both role-models and surrogates (for those who’s mothers left something to be desired).
Holy Week takes on a bigger meaning when we consider that Easter, Passover, the Vernal Equinox, and Oestre have come together in a joyous surge of spirituality. Let’s take a look back through time and see how these religious observances became entwined.
Many of us fall into the comfortable routine of seeing MLK Day as a celebration of America’s eradication of racism. But is it?
As we move into the new year carrying all that came before, what might we be able to set down so that we can start anew?
Around Thanksgiving we spend time cataloging our gratitudes, but Thanksgiving is also a time to see and appreciate our family, whether that’s blood relations, found family, or an entire community. This Thanksgiving, we invite you to reflect on what happens when we extend the warmth of family beyond our single dinner table.
In this service, we’ll explore the various harvest / autumnal holidays that fall at the end of October.
Lammas is the first of three harvest celebrations in the Pagan calendar. Let us look at what it means to partake of the land, and what it takes to bring the harvest to our tables.
This Sunday is Independence Day. Let us enlarge the joy of independence beyond a colonial insurrection a long time ago.
Many of us know what the letters in “LGBTQ+” stand for, but what do we know about the experiences behind those letters?
Join us as we celebrate Flower Communion – a UU sacrament created by Norbert Capek.
Today we gladly honor our mothers if we are lucky enough to have had a good one, but children of troubled mothers often have mixed feelings about Mother’s Day.
Celebrating new beginnings and what that means for a future.