Where’s the Line?

♦♦♦ Sunday 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM ♦♦♦Countless people have done both admirable and evil things. Thomas Jefferson was a slave owner but wrote our Declaration of Independence. Where do we draw the line when it comes to accepting vs. boycotting such a person? As a committee, we ran into this issue while developing a recent service. In this service, we want to explore it a bit more .

Patience and Poetry

♦♦♦ Sunday 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM ♦♦♦You can’t rush a poem, and you can’t rush true growth or life or joy or a host of other good things. But nobody likes to wait, except maybe a grasshopper.

Finding Balance in Changing Times

♦♦♦ Sunday 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM ♦♦♦How do we find our balance in a changing world? As we are called in so many directions, how do we embody our faith and live out our values while also nurturing our spirits?
Our visiting worship leader, Donna Dolham, currently serves as intern minister with the First Church and Parish, UU, in Dedham, MA. She holds a Masters in Social Work from Boston University and a Masters of Divinity with a certificate in Ethics and Justice and a focus on inter-religious dialogue from Andover Newton Theological School.
Note: Rev. Myke will be leading a session for the Coming of Age program today.

Watching in the Dark

When I began to think about bringing back my favorite sermons from the last 13 years, I realized that many of them had found their way into my book, Finding Our Way Home. One topic that has been central for me at A2U2 is to expand our understandings of spirituality, and provide ways for folks who don’t resonate with the word “spiritual” to actually venture into spiritual practices that are true to their own paths and personalities. Today I will share that message.

The Dinghy Draw

♦♦♦ Sunday 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM ♦♦♦You see them everywhere – in medical buildings, banks, restaurants, everywhere – paintings and photographs of dinghies, those colorful little boats bobbing about at the end of ropes attached to piers. What’s the dinghy draw? Why are artists and photographers so fascinated? And what’s the meaning of dinghies and their images to the rest of us?