As we prepare for the days of summer, and hopefully a slower pace of life, how can we find and make room for more beauty in our lives.
Speaker: Reverend Marlene Walker
One of our Unitarian martyrs is Nobert Capek. He began his ministry as a Baptist heretic in Prague, Czechoslovakia, fled into exile to New York City, found himself labeled a heretic within the American Baptist church, and converted to Unitarianism. We will honor his life … read more.
In the church that matters we decide again and again to ask tough questions, to take real risks, to do work that needs doing, and to tell the truth.” On this Sunday of our Annual Congregational meeting, let’s get curious about what it might mean … read more.
What would it be like if we approached the world and those around us with curiosity? What doors, relationship and and possibilities might open for us?
This Easter Multigeneration Service was created by OBUUC’s own Rev. Hannah Roberts Villnave. We will celebrate the Easter story, Wholeness and Communion. Both the Adult Choir and the Multigenerational Choir will sing.
Why are pronouns important to our understanding of wholeness? How has our understanding of gender identity changed and why is it an important social justice issue?
*Note: Each service will end with a Tornado Drill. Gathering place is in the lower level George Bray Hall.
During our lifetimes we travel many roads. What does it mean to be on a journey on the road of life?
Kings, Queens, intrigue, and a special yummy thing to eat. Come join us as we learn about the story of the Jewish holiday of Purim.
This past summer I went on a Pilgrimage to Transylvania. It was life changing. What is Pilgrimage, how do we undertake one and why, and what can we learn from one.
How can we use the power of kindness to create connections and combat the rising incivility that we see all around us? From our day to day interactions, to how we respond to events in the wider world, the practice of nourishing kindness can be … read more.