Expressions of GriefSanctuary (West Room)
As we mark three years since the pandemic began, we’ll consider the universal human experience of grieving, and how sharing grief can help us accept loss. The service will include examples of art, poetry, and music inspired by grief.
Humanist Theory of the BluesSanctuary (West Room)
James Clarke, a UU seminarian and aspiring music chaplain will lead us on an exploration of the blues' spirituality, with an emphasis on its implications for the responsible search for truth and meaning. Understanding the blues, in turn, can help us more mindfully navigate the tension between comedy and tragedy, particularly when dealing with grief […]
Life and Death of James ReebSanctuary (West Room)
Members of the congregation will present a dramatization of the life of UU minister, Rev. James Reeb, who died fighting for civil rights in 1965.
Rise in Body and Alive in Spirit: An Easter Story ReduxSanctuary (West Room)
What goes around comes around . . . a spring trajectory that rings true for the Easter story - a simple narrative that relates the birth, life, death, and resurrection of the Christian tradition’s founder, Jesus of Nazareth. But simplicity fails to rule the day in regards to the confusing facts and fictions of a […]
Turning Green–How I Became an EnvironmentalistSanctuary (West Room)
Bill Moul and Eileen Lessman - Two members of the North Area Environmental Council will tell of the inspirations that led them to become environmentally active.
DTCareSanctuary (West Room)
DTCare intends to leave the world a better place than we found it by elevating and empowering disadvantaged communities across the globe through creating unique opportunities for employment, education, job training, local awareness, capacity building, and celebrating diversity within the communities we affect.
Paleontology of TheologySanctuary (West Room)
Join Tony Palermo for Jesus and Dinosaurs. In a way, the Jesus event evokes images common to paleontology: evidence pulled from time, forever improving, forever imperfect. Come to see the fossils, and hear about the many versions of the Jesus event and the subsequent diversity of images of the man.
What’s Article II Got To Do With UU?Sanctuary (West Room)
Change is in the air, as the UUA proposes major revisions to the Principles of Unitarian Universalism. Today’s service will offer an overview of the history of our current principles and the proposed changes that will be voted on at the General Assembly in June.
The Journey of MotherhoodSanctuary (West Room)
As we celebrate Mother’s Day, individuals in different phases of the journey of Motherhood will be sharing their experiences.
Suburban Poverty: Meeting the Needs of Our NeighborsSanctuary (West Room)
Our community holds many signs of wealth and well-being. While some residents are truly affluent, we also live with poor neighbors who really need our help with basic needs. Join the Monday Evening Covenant Group Members and special guest Tom Baker, Executive Director of North Hills Community Outreach to learn more about how NHCO serves […]
Dedication of Redesigned Memorial GardenSanctuary (West Room)
Please join us for this very special and important service and luncheon on Sunday, May 28. We will be commemorating folks who were previously interred on church grounds, and who are now in our restored memorial garden, as well as folks who were founding members of the church. As we reopen the garden, members, friends […]
Flower Communion & Bridging ServiceSanctuary (West Room)
We’ll celebrate our graduating senior with a bridging ceremony, and we’ll celebrate our entire community with the traditional flower ceremony! Remember to bring a flower to this fun and meaningful intergenerational service.