Speaker: Rev. Cynthia Snavely
Rev. Snavely, whom we share with Tri-County UU, describes herself as a “humanist who draws from Christianity, Buddhism and Neo-paganism for the current version” of her own theology. Reverend Snavely believes a religious congregation should offer three things to its people, “a place to experience and share wonder and awe with others, a spiritual community of people who are there for one another in times of joy, sorrow, and need, and a place and community in which to work for the betterment of the world.”
This Sunday Service will be held at Trout Lake Nature Center but you may also view live online. Click here on Sunday to attend via Zoom on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
10:00 am Sunday Discussion (at Trout Lake Nature Center).
Many American religious communities are also spaces in which one’s ethnicity is celebrated. That is generally not so in Unitarian Universalist communities. How might we bring our individual traditions into our wider UU community?
The Rapper Shad has recently put out a song extolling black averageness. He does not long to be part of W.E.B. DuBois’ Talented Tenth who will lift the race. He wants the right to be “average.”
Sunday Services are held at the church but you may … read more.
Honest, accurate information about sexuality changes lives. It dismantles stereotypes and assumptions, builds self-acceptance and self-esteem, fosters healthy relationships, improves decision making, and has the potential to save lives. Helene Kirschbaum and Rev. Snavely will have a conversation about the Our Whole Lives (OWL) sexual … read more.
Christmas Eve service of Lessons and Carols
(There is no 11 AM service this week.)