Speaker: Rev. Julia Hamilton

Invincible Summer

“In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.”  — Albert Camus  

As Unitarian Universalists, we often talk of the divine spark within each of us, the bright mystery of our living. Have you been feeling down? Disconnected? This Summer Solstice, … read more.

Gathering Beauty

After a winter of trauma, let us commit to creating a summer of healing: a summer of beauty, of slow reconnection, of playful re-engagement. Healing cannot happen in isolation! This is our annual Flower Communion, when we celebrate the beautiful gifts that each of us … read more.

Our Story: Heritage Sunday

What’s the story of our congregation? The land under our feet, the buildings and names and histories that surround us when we are on campus, and the intangible story that transcends our physical location? Join us for Heritage Sunday, when we honor the way you, … read more.

The Mother We Share

This Sunday, let’s honor the Mother that we all have in common: Mother Earth. Right now, a nearby parcel of land is up for sale, and a massive grassroots and indigenous-led effort to preserve the Foothills open space is underway. What can we learn about … read more.

The New Working World

May Day is an international worker’s holiday. This pandemic has changed the way we think about work in some fundamental ways – how do we keep from going “back to work” in the same old way?

Sunday services at 10:00 am online only

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Easter Morning Wasn’t Always Easter Morning

In the Christian tradition, Easter is greeted at sunrise with trumpets and jubilation, celebrating the grand, mythic story of resurrection and redemption. But more often than not, change happens slowly and deepens over time – what if resurrection is not a moment, but a movement?

Abolition is Sacred Work

Laura McTighe was born in Baltimore and raised in our country’s movements to end AIDS and prisons. Over the last 20+ years, she’s been part of multiple organizations at such intersections as Prison Health News, TEACH Outside, and Project UNSHACKLE. Today, she is assistant professor … read more.