The Jewish traditions of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur celebrate the importance of restoring balance to life by practicing forgiveness. Is it always right to ask forgiveness from those we have harmed, or forgiving those who have harmed us? Do rituals of atonement have something … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Patricia Hart
September is a time of crisp days, brilliant colors, and returning energy: a season for new ventures, new semesters and getting ready for the winter that will test us. It is also perhaps a season to strengthen our spirits. What I learned from celebrating Michaelmas.
Where did Unitarian Universalism come from – and where are we headed? Some say that UUism is no longer a religion, but something else entirely. Reflections on how the story of our liberal / progressive religious tradition intertwines with the nation’s history, and our role … read more.
Come celebrate the beginning of a new congregational year – everyone is welcome! This all-ages service will include a water ceremony (bring a small amount of water from a special place in your life) and a story about telling stories, featuring the Society’s Board members. … read more.