Rev. Beth Banks & Rev. Morgan McLean; Emily Burstein, Worship Associate. UUCD thanksgiving festival, fashioned after Flower Communion: Bring something to create a bountiful cornucopia. Our altar has had bunches of fresh herbs, squash, melons, root vegetables, homemade bread, and so much more. We’ll celebrate … read more.
Rev. Morgan McLean
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Meghan Kelly, Worship Associate.
Many UUs draw inspiration from practices found in Buddhism. We’ll explore the teachings and practices of this major religion and how we might use pieces of this tradition in our daily lives.
We honor those in our congregation who have died in the past year and dedicate their memories in our Memorial Grove. All are welcome.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Jaki Levia Conklin, Worship Associate
Unrealistic expectations of ourselves and others can lead to disappointment and unhappiness. How can we manage our expectations and find balanced, healthy ways to set personal goals and be in relationship?
Rev. Beth Banks, Rev. Morgan McLean; Sparks Choir & Juuliebells. For this multigenerational worship, bring a small sample of water representing four possible summer experiences: Nature, Home, Family & Friends, Community Justice. We’ll recognize Rev. Morgan McLean’s new title, Minister for Congregational Life. A cake … read more.
Rev. Lehel Molna, Balázs Scholar; Rev. McLean; Autumn Labbé-Renault, Worship Associate.
The Edict of Torda proclamation in Transylvania was the first of its kind: the right of individuals to believe and worship according to their own understanding; for clergy to preach and teach the Gospel … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks, Rev. Morgan McLean, Alex Haider-Winnett, Aimee Crawford, Matt Seelke. We search for the answers to riddles. The clues are found in these questions: What moves in a circle and changes form as it travels? What must be consumed to continue to exist? … read more.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Anne Hillman, Worship Associate.
Scientists can now prove that “laughter is the best medicine.” Together we’ll find possibility in smiles, belly laughs, and blood vessels.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Steve Burns, Worship Associate.
As we prepare for The New Year we ask, What do we want to leave behind? What do we want to carry forward?
December 24, Christmas Eve Candlelight Services
4pm; Multigenerational; Rev. Morgan McLean; Celebrate the season through story and song! All ages are welcome to participate in our “no rehearsal” pageant.
7 & 9pm; Traditional; Rev. Beth Banks, Rev. Morgan McLean, Alex Haider-Winnett, Intern & Campus Minister. A night … read more.