This Sunday join us for a special service led by our religious education program. This service will explore the labyrinth, the spiral, and the importance of a multigenerational approach to religious education.
In this lay-led service, members will tell their stories of gratitude.
Our service will NOT be in its usual location in our Fellowship Hall on Pine Avenue this Sunday. Instead we will meet together with HUU under the pavilion at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes, Virginia. After our 11:00 AM lay-led joint service, we will share … read more.
Most people know that you feel the deepest connections where you are most involved. This service will present opportunities for involvement in the activities of the congregation that will deepen your connections with this caring community in activities that are meaningful to you. It is … read more.
Our choir will lead us in this hymn sing and musical service.
In this Religious Education-focused service, those graduating high school will go through the bridging ceremony and youth who have completed the coming-of-age class will share their learning with the congregation.
Each year, we follow the leadership of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee in a justice service focused on a shared concern in the wider world. We will announce the topic of this year’s focus when materials are available from the UUSC.
Why do we celebrate Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender-Queer Pride? We’ve got marriage equality now throughout the US. So why do we, an LGBTQ+ Welcoming Congregation, still need to say anything about it? Why do we need to make our commitments of support and welcome explicit? Details TBA.
Unitarian Universalists commit to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Science gives us facts about the universe and can elicit feelings of reverence and awe through encounter with nature. In this lay-lead service some members will reflect on the role of science … read more.