On this Second Sunday in Advent we find ourselves deep within this season of Awe. A season where we bring the outside inside, to warm our hearts. We hang mistletoe, bring in evergreen trees and green boughs, and light candles and other lights. Following this … read more.
Speaker: Reverend Marlene Walker
Many of the stories of this season are about awe, and fearing not, and of finding blessings when we least expect them. What do these stories have to teach us about ourselves in this season.
A celebration of the Darkness and the Light with Songs and Stories
Come join our OBUUC choir on this Solstice night for this service of song, lights and story created by Julie Forest Middleton and Stasa Morgan- Appel.
This family friendly service is based on the story of the Star and will include traditional carols and candle lighting.
Traditional Service with choir, carols, and candles.
There is so much we can learn about integrity from the life and work of Mr. Rogers. Come find out.
Today is Olympia Brown’s Birthday. Born on January 5th in 1835, she was a Universalist minister and suffragist. She is regarded as the first woman to graduate from theological school as well as the first full time female minister. She served this congregation from 1878 … read more.
What does it mean to live a life of integrity, both individually and as a community? What is required of us? On this Martin Luther King Sunday, we’ll explore the meaning of integrity and the difficulty and struggles of living into it.
This Sunday is the kick off for our Annual Budget Drive. What a great Sunday to talk about Reslience, Commitment, and Community. As our reflection form Soul Matters says, “for us UUs, another kind of leaning is just as important: the practice of leaning on … read more.
In the words of Sharon Salzberg “Resilience is based on compassion for ourselves as well as compassion for others.” Compassion is at the heart of Resilience. How can we nurture compassion as we hang in to the journey for the long haul?