We will have a very jazzy service this Sunday! Musical expression mirrors the values and experiences of those who create it. Jazz music originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, and its roots run deep. How did its inception and growth in popularity signify … read more.
Speaker: Kiya Heartwood - Guest Speaker
Kiya Heartwood is a lifelong musician, activist, and creator of good things in the world. She is currently in the final stages of completion of her Masters of Divinity degree from the Starr King School for the Ministry.
Here and now the meaning of community has tremendous gravity. How we form community, participate in community, and sustain community are key aspects of our lives and humanity. Join us as the wonderful Kiya Heartwood returns to lead us with words and songs to explore … read more.
“Whenever people gather to play the drum, the world is a better place” – Babatunde Olatunji
It’s time to “drum up” your interest in our online Worship Service for this week! The wonderful speaker and musician Kiya Heartwood returns to delight and inspire our community … read more.
Kiya Heartwood brings us an exploration of “Practical Taoism” with her music and her message about experiencing life and embracing wonder and the joy of living with style.
From Lao Tzu to Winnie the Pooh, we will journey “the Way.” As Benjamin Hoff says in The … read more.
Our Online service this Sunday – Many UUs are familiar with Mary Oliver and her evocative poetry that focused on the natural world. Join us as Kiya Heartwood explores the life and work of this American poet and the significance of writing as a personal … read more.