Hinduism and Unitarianism became intertwined two hundred years ago when Ralph Waldo Emerson, a pillar of our religion, was introduced to the “Bhagwat Gita.” This book is a beloved scripture of the Hindus. Emerson’ writings reflect his regard for the Gita and he introduced the … read more.
Music does something for religious sentiment and religious expression that words or silence simply can’t. Please join us for Music Sunday, an annual tradition. Join our Choir and sing songs that proclaim liberty. Songs that turn ashes into garlands. Songs that, like oaks, have roots … read more.
The seven (or eight!) Unitarian Universalist principles have been a familiar way to express what UU churches and congregants value, and the vision and goals that call us to this religion. A proposal for replacing the seven principles with a statement of values, rather than … read more.
Join us in a treasured annual celebration of Spring, new life, and the diversity and beauty of nature—including people! You’re invited to bring a flower to the service to share, but we will have plenty of extras, too. Happy Easter!
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Join Pastor Kris Cervantes as she explores the path of the Passion, from the worker’s gate into Jerusalem, to the vigil and betrayal in the place of skulls, to trial, crucifixion, and burial. Theologian Miguel de la Torre reminds us that the oppressed of the … read more.