The fourth UU principle encouraging a free and responsible search for truth and meaning guides the Coming of Age class as they spend the year thinking and talking about what is true for them and what they believe is most important as they become young adults. Come hear what they have to say.
Beltaine celebrates the coming of summer and the brightest days of the year. It is a time of cleansing, opening the windows and doors to the warmth of the sun, and celebrating the earth’s fertility. Following the service, we will honor the ancient tradition of dancing around the Maypole, something all ages can enjoy.
How do Unitarian Universalists observe Easter in a way that acknowledges and honors our Judeo-Christian heritage while still recognizing the rich theological diversity that makes our faith tradition so unique? Please join us as we give new thought to the Easter celebration. Bring a flower-per-person to participate in the flowering of the chalice.
In solitude, three ancient characters enter the dark night of the soul, pleading for release, relief or a blessing. These are our Soul Fights, moments of solitude where we must choose to either risk the fight or miss the chance to transform our lives. Rev. Greg serves the UU Society of Mill Creek, Newark, DE.
Many of us desire transformation of ourselves and our world. But being transformed is a mysterious, creative process that has a way of sneaking up on us and moving us in unexpected ways. How, then, can we achieve the radical transformation we long for? Rev. Fees serves the UU Church of Berks County in Reading.