When the Flesh Became Failure

The Body and Flesh were not always separate from the Spiritual, but once an intricate part of the way we ritualized and worshiped. In this month of embodiment, let us consider the spaces we live in, the body, the mind, the heart, and the spirit, and love each and all.

On Mothering

Exploring mothering and its layered significance. Service led by Jessica Halperin, student at Union Theological Seminary   A Community of Embodiment No spiritual treasure to be found apart from the bodily experiences of human life on earth… Whoever you are, you are human. Wherever you are, you live in the world, which is just waiting … Continued

A Service for Embodiment

“Deep Breaths are like little love notes to your body.” Anon  We’ve been having hard conversations; gearing up for the end of one church year and the start of another; working toward making the Auction successful and many many other things.  Come this Sunday as an offering of love to your body.  Together, we will breathe. … Continued

The Offensiveness of Pain

Over 600 UU congregations country-wide have chosen either April 30th or May 7th to hold a White Supremacy Teach In.  UUCWC will do the same this week in an effort to learn about these words, their use, and the way they specifically speak to the experiences of many within our families, congregation, and country.   … Continued

This Sacred and Magnificent Earth

I realize more and more that I am, and we are, not distinct from the earth.  Looking at the abundance of life rising up and flowering around us, we too are lifted up and sense our wholeness with the earth. It is time to recognize and celebrate our blessed unity with our sacred mother.

The Darkness of the Womb

This Easter Sunday, let us recall the ancient story of Jesus’ death and resurrection by recalling not only the darkness of the tomb, but the darkness of the womb.   Listen here:

Slow of Tongue, Fierce of Heart

Monday, April 10th makes the beginning of Passover for those of the Jewish faith.  Passover marks the celebration of the story of Exodus and Moses and his people fleeing Egypt.  One part of the Passover story is that when Moses is called by God to lead his people out of Egypt, he says he is … Continued

Spirituality of Humility

Kicking off the new theme of Transformation, let’s begin with last year’s Auction winning sermon on Humility and how this can transform our relationship to one another, one’s self, and the world.  Please note that there will be one service at 10:00am.   Listen here:

To Risk Ourselves

David Whyte says, “We are here essentially to risk ourselves in the world.” As Unitarian Universalists there are specific ways in which we are called to risk ourselves and specifically in the world.  Gather once more on the theme of Risk and in preparation for next Sunday’s Congregational Meeting.   Listen here:

Sermon on the Amount

Let’s kick off our Stewardship season with joy and celebration as we consider the risk of committing ourselves to this community and the tradition for which we gather.   Listen to the sermon here: