Mental Health During Difficult Times

Mental health issues are rising at an alarming rate due to the coronavirus and the many issues it has triggered. Because of these events, the U.S. is facing a mental health crisis. Mental health advocacy is needed now more than ever to help patients and … read more.

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Join us for a virtual GBAUUF service. Zoom link.

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Open Circle presents todays speaker in lieu of taking off this holiday weekend.

Unitarian Universalists have had a tradition of taking summers off altogether. One of the theories of why traces back to Harvard. 

Unitarianism has long appealed to freethinkers and intellectuals, including many college professors. … read more.

The Deep Waters of Our Faith Community

Join us this Sunday, for our annual Mingling of the Waters (also known as the Water Communion) service. Will we have even been able to travel to summer destinations this year? Or will our waters be from more local sources, like a rain barrel or … read more.

Seeking the Forest for the Trees

Scientists know that trees in a forest use an underground network to support each other. Similarly we grow spiritually as we support each other to dig deeper into our individual faith journeys.

A Time for Patience

They say that patience is a virtue. The definition of patience is the ability to wait something out or endure something tedious without getting angry or upset.  Having patience means you can remain calm even while you are waiting or dealing with something painstakingly slow. 

This sounds … read more.

Becoming Uncertain

Recently, we have all become experts in living with uncertainty. This time has taught us to adjust to life with a lingering, and often unsettling, amount of uncertainty. We search for stability and surety in a world that is constantly in flux. At the same … read more.

Voting Our Principles

Participating in democracy is the easiest way to publically embrace our principles. Is our voting a reflection of our principles? How do we impact the messiness of democracy?

You Can Do This Hard Thing

You’ve heard the saying that growth happens at the edge of your comfort zone. But being at the edge of your comfort zone can be, well, uncomfortable. Join us this Sunday as we explore ways to practice positive self-talk in challenging situations.

50 Shades of Gratitude

Acknowledging that we are about to enter a long holiday season during a pandemic, we seek to maintain resilience through a mindset of sufficiency and gratitude. Let us begin a communal spiritual practice of lifting up all the shades of gratitude in our lives for … read more.

The Turning of the Year 2020 to 2021

The good news is the year 2020 is coming to an end, even though it has felt like it’s been going on for at least a century!

Every year typically has a few defining moments, but this year contained so many world – changing, paradigm – … read more.

Who Killed Jesus of Nazareth?

For two millennia, Christians have been told that the Jewish leaders and people have been responsible for the death of Jesus of Nazareth. The evidence for this belief comes primarily from the four Gospels of the Bible.  After the Jewish Holocaust occurred during World War II, there … read more.