On the day after the Spring Equinox, we will celebrate the turning of the seasons and the return of increased light.
As we move toward the new model of shared ministry with a part-time minister, we'll consider what "shared ministry" means, how we have already been doing it, how PUUC will do it differently in the new model, and how we all can support it so that PUUC thrives.
A year ago, as the pandemic began to spread across the nation, we had our last in-person worship service (March 8) and made the change to online church. This Sunday, we will mark that anniversary with some rituals and sharing to acknowledge what the year has meant for us.
Storytelling is a powerful tool for the work of liberation, yet what is not on the page is often more telling than what is. Using the work of writer and illustrator Ashley Bryan, we will explore some stories of enslaved Africans and celebrate the richness of their human lives.
Sunday, February 21
The 8th Principle
Rev. Diana McLean
Sunday, February 14
Side With Love
Rev. Diana McLean/UUA
Each year, the UUA celebrates 30 days of love from approximately Martin Luther King Junior Sunday through Valentine's Day. Part of that celebration is a "Side With Love" Sunday, which we will hold on this Valentine's Day.
Sunday, February 7
Black History within Unitarian Universalism
Rev. Diana McLean
As we kick off Black History Month, we'll take a look back at just a few of the important but often overlooked stories from Black history within our own denomination.
In words from the hymn of the month, "I'll bring you hope when hope is hard to find; I'll bring a song of love and a rose in the wintertime." On this Sunday after the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris, we make a turn toward hope.
New Year Celebration!