We all learn from others. We have heroes and idols, people whose shoulders we stand on to give us a boost in our journeys – although not all of these shoulders are as sturdy as others. Join the Worship Committee as we explore some of … read more.
This service is presented by Allen Avenue UU’s Worship Committee on the topic of Personal Journeys, Sacred Stories. We’re surrounded by sacred stories of all kinds, but we also have our own stories. In our UU congregations, our third principle encourages us to continue our … read more.
The Worship Committee invites you to join them in exploring the idea that the best comics and cartoons offer nuggets of truth useful to every thoughtful UU – and amusing to the rest of us, too. If you like, bring along a favorite cartoon or comic … read more.
We live in politically divided times. It’s hard to have any conversations without some political overtones, and even harder to keep conversations civil when speaking with those who have different views. But should you always be civil in those situations? What does being politically civil … read more.
We’re surrounded by sacred stories of all kinds, but we also have our own stories. In our UU congregations, our third principle encourages us to continue our journeys of spiritual growth, so we can learn which of those sacred stories resonate with our own experience. … read more.
Members and friends are invited to contribute to our annual Potpourri Service.
So what’s a Potpourri Service? It’s a worship time when Dale Churchill and the Worship Committee provide the skeleton for members and friends to flesh out with readings, writings, and music contributions of their … read more.
What a comforting word to hear. But what is it? How do you get it and give it? Is providing comfort a step toward feeling it? And how do we make our church a place of comfort?
The Worship Committee explores these and related questions as … read more.
Our Unitarian heritage encourages us to ask questions and keep an open mind. Our Universalist heritage reminds us to be welcoming and have a caring heart. As Unitarian Universalists, we strive to honor both head and heart. How do we do this? And is there a difference between knowing something intellectually or knowing it emotionally? Join us as we explore these and other questions about head and heart.