Speaker: Rev. Jim Coakley

Sylvia’s Service Auction Sermon

Back when we still could gather physically, the Open Circle Fellowship held a service auction. Sylvia Reed purchased a sermon of her choice and now I can finally fulfill that commitment. In alignment with our theme this month, we will explore how some traditional societies … read more.

Encouraging Spiritual Growth

Our 3rd principle lifts up “acceptance of one another and spiritual growth in our congregations”. Let us revisit what this means as our congregations become increasingly more diverse theologically.

See the UUConnect for the service logon information or click on April 18 in the calendar.

Flourishing Together in NE Wisconsin

Our three primary congregations plan to collaborate more closely going forward with an expanded ministry. It’s a bold initiative to support our Unitarian Universalist movement in the region and spiritual growth as individuals. It offers expanded programing and more ways to become connected and involved … read more.

Rolling Back the Stone

The Christian Easter story tells us of angels intervening to roll back the stone covering the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth, thus releasing the resurrection. This metaphor of death and rebirth has a modern corollary in the struggles against the current opioid crisis. Local efforts … read more.

Welcoming Spring

At the vernal or spring equinox, the sun is exactly above the equator. For a handful of hours, day and night are of equal length. Instead of winter slamming into summer, spring balances out the transition between the other two more extreme seasons. What are … read more.

Matisse’s Creative Resilience

Near the end of his incredibly creative life, Henri Matisse lost the physical ability to paint, yet he resiliently developed a new creative outlet.

See the UUConnect for the service logon information or click on Febuary 14 in the calendar.