Past Services

Receptivity

Receptivity

Sunday, November 22

Unitarian Universalists pride themselves in being activists, doers, makers and shakers. But on the cusp of Thanksgiving, Rev. Furrer is preaching on the value to be found in receiving. A focus on scie...

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Diwali

Diwali

Sunday, November 15

Diwali is the annual Festival of Lights celebrated in India, and follows a long tradition that some say predate Hinduism itself. This service will offer an opportunity to consider what insights can be...

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What Now?

What Now?

Sunday, November 8

Rev. Furrer invites everyone to consider the events of the past week and what we as individuals are now called upon to do individually, as families, and as a community of faith with a historic traditi...

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At the Crossroads

At the Crossroads

Sunday, November 1

Traditions around the world remind us that the mortal veil separating life from death is delicate, and that at this time of year, we can journey deep within the inner worlds of prayer and dream. We wi...

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A Symphony of Violence

A Symphony of Violence

Sunday, October 11

How child neglect and abuse replicates itself from generation to generation, sometimes taking dozens if not untold numbers of others into its destructive vortex. Swiss psychiatrist Alice Miller’s th...

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Après Moi Le Déluge

Après Moi Le Déluge

Sunday, October 4

This remark, attributed to King Louis XV a few years before the French Revolution, sufficiently characterizes his personal attitude towards the seething social and political conditions in the mid-18th...

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We Need One Another

We Need One Another

Sunday, September 27

Covenant Circles have been a meaningful part of East Shore for nearly 20 years. These small groups provide a context for support and friendship, personal and spiritual growth, connections and belongin...

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Water Communion 2020

Water Communion 2020

Sunday, September 13

Reverend Furrer is joined by members of the ESUC staff welcoming all back into our circle of love and concern by bringing a vial of water symbolizing your hopes for the coming year.

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