All worship services are at 10:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary.
Come celebrate Pride! This service will be a joyous, profound and glittering tribute to the rainbow warriors in our midst. The Mighty Choir will sing a collection of classical themes written by both gay – and straight – composers. There will be a test. (Everyone … read more.
Revisit the Heart
As an urban gardener and inspiring leader, Maybin knows that “the heart is like a garden, so keep the weeds out.” Maybin and his son Mujale, a designer and art entrepreneur, will return to East Shore to explore how the triumph of Hope is rooted in … read more.
Music inspires and guides us, and the interplay between lyrics and music has a special impact upon our lives. On July 8, members of the congregation share why particular songs or lyrics have special influence upon their lives, and how certain hymns or modern songs … read more.
The Geometry of Love
Love can’t be inscribed with a compass, but we’ll use geometry to remind us of important lessons for Practicing Love. This interactive service is appropriate for all ages. Let’s bring our hearts to church and use them gladly.
Unitarian Universalism is considered a “creedless” religion. What on earth does that mean, and how does one practice such a faith? This sermon follows the lead of Socrates who, because he “knew nothing except the fact of his ignorance,” kept asking questions–all in hopes of … read more.
Grief’s Silver Lining
Most of us were raised to hide our emotions, but authentically feeling and expressing a range of emotions in a trusted community can be life affirming. Daniel will introduce us to grief work and its benefits.