Speaker: Rev. Jan Taddeo

Love Will Guide Us

So many things in life can weigh upon us: from personal challenges we face to global crises. Where might we find the resources to guide us towards wholeness? How might we access the healing power of love when we need it most?

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Save the Earth, Save the World

Our beautiful blue boat home is fighting for its life, as are the multitude of species on this earth… including humans. Our very salvation depends on our ability to resurrect our planet. Where do we begin? What difference can we make? … read more.

Changed for Good

How do our relationships and connections change us for good? In what ways has this faith community saved you? Bring plenty of fresh flowers cut from your own yard or garden to share in our annual UU Flower Ceremony.

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Truth and Power

On this International Day of Transgender Visibility we amplify the voices of transgender Unitarian Universalists, and explore the use of power in creating a more equitable community.

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Josh Gentry, Worship Associate

Truthiness

“The quality of seeming or being felt to be true, even if not necessarily true.” Politicians, sensational media, and alarmists would have us believe we are being invaded at our southern border. I’ve been to the border, and the truth I found is a … read more.

The Truth Around You

In this service we will explore the daily messages of truth we receive from all around us.

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader
Miriam Patrick, Worship Associate

Stay. Please Stay.

Despair appears to be growing within many people around me, and within me.  This is documented by the increase in suicides in the last few years.  This service reflects on the ways in which suicide affects individuals and communities.

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Surrender to Your True Self

People often refer to “being authentic” or “being our true selves.”  Our culture sends so many messages that suggest who we ought to be, how might we surrender to our true selves?

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

A State of Grace

If grace is true, it is true for everyone; and, we are called to extend grace … to welcome the stranger, comfort the sick, clothe the naked and set captives free.  We can each be “King for a Day” everyday if we live in a … read more.

Seeking Grace at the Border

Refugees and immigrants have been seeking shelter through all the ages of human life.  We will see a steady increase in refugee migrations as the effects of climate change force people around the globe and right here at home to find grace at the borders.

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