The modern Western worldview has forgotten how to read the calendar of the wild Earth as both sacred text and a guide for our own soul formation. Yet, this inherent rhythm is our heritage as we are forged and fashioned out of the fiery elements of creation’s womb. Join with us as Mary guides a seasonal threshold crossing of deep remembering: remembering we carry wildness within; remembering we are related to other plants and animals who inhabit Earth with us; remembering we are on a common jou...
As we mark a year since the first appearance of COVID-19, and a year since we had our last service in the Sanctuary, we look back on the ways our lives have changed. This evening vigil will be an opportunity for us to gather virtually and to reflect, to grieve, to sing, to celebrate community, and to look forward to what possible opportunities the future may bring.
Unitarian Universalism’s Third Source reads “Wisdom from the world’s religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.” Reverend Furrer will consider what the simplicity and directness of Zen Buddhism has to offer us in the way of insight and deep meaning.
Join East Shore children and youth for a Spring Pageant, this time, virtual! We’re pleased to present to you all a fun-filled morning learning about Unique Unitarian Universalists. Who from our past, present, and future can help us uncover the mysteries and gifts of our faith? And who among us is a Unique UU? Are you?? Children and youth of the congregation are invited to participate in some live and several pre-recorded segments of this worship.
Some of the best storytellers from the past were those who needed to call upon a prophetic vision for hope and justice in dire circumstances. Our country faces equally dire circumstances today, especially around eco-justice. Join us as we explore creative ways to envision a more promising narrative for America grounded in the moral imagination around race, gender, ecology and theology.