All In?

Sooner or later, no matter how successful our lives, our communities, or our life’s work, we will inevitably start to experience doubt and anxiety in our lives. As UU’s, doubt and questioning are part of the “DNA” of our faith, but they are not always welcome. Today’s service is a celebration of doubt, and what … Continued

The Myth of Balance

We strive for balance. We engage spiritual practices for balance. Balance can be a spiritual practice. And yet, is it real? Is it attainable? And if not, then what? Due to logistical problems caused by recent inclement weather, the Trenton Children’s Chorus will not be joining us as scheduled; they will return at a date … Continued

The Elevator Speech

What is possible when we dream together, when we create together, when we believe in something with such commitment it is promised for the next generation? We gather this Sunday to celebrate the start of our Stewardship and Capital Campaigns – and all they make possible for now and for the generation to come. The … Continued

What to Do with Our Broken Hearts

This Sunday we turn to the wisdom of Sufi mystics and poets like Rumi and Hafiz, who speak of the world and of the sacred, as a bound of friendship. Farzad Shadzik will provide our music!   Listen here:

Spirit of Life

Why it matters that every Sunday we affirm the “Spirit of Life”. How does it inspire me to have greater perseverance in our faith values, especially in times of the long night. How might this mystery be meaningful to all of us.

The Holding of Your Heart

When Valentine’s Day falls in the monthly theme of Perseverance, we look this Sunday to a working definition of love and our place in it. We celebrate Fortune’s Ridge as our musicians.   Listen here:

Public Theology

Everything about how we do Unitarian Universalism is public theology. On this Sunday, we revisit old stories from which we are still learning, and consider how we might move into the future as a faith. What decisions will we make? How will we go about this? What does it mean to hold this power and … Continued

Embracing the Living Tradition

Ministerial Intern Sue Flynn reflects on UU theology, the Seven Principles, and what it means to be a part of a Living Tradition.   Listen here:

Coming Into Connection

Stories and reflections from the Coming into Connection participants. A celebration of personal credos, new relationships, and growing UU identity. DLRE Robin Pugh to be celebrated as she leave for Sabbatical! January Theme: Intention “Here’s what I discovered. Intention is different from setting goals or resolutions in that it ‘pulls us into” who we truly … Continued

The Promise and the Practice of Our Faith

On King Sunday, we take this day to choicefully listen to the stories in our own movement that have not been heard or taken to heart by all UUs. We center the voices of people of color and celebrate a shared commitment to live into a new chapter in the story of our UU Faith. … Continued