Michael has been studying all beliefs and religions; but wonders:
Have any of us changed in the last few years & how would we know for sure – are we tumbleweeds forever skimming over the desert of life OR are some of us changing and taking root at an … read more.
Most religions claim an insight into ultimate reality, which they call God, but we Unitarian Universalists, being creedless, make no such claim. Or do we?
In our seventh principle, we affirm the existence of the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part.
It is wonderful to welcome Calogero, … read more.
This multi-generational service will be created and presented by our Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist youth and children. There will be readings, singing, and many delightful surprises.
Youth Service in 2015 !
We hope to see everyone there to celebrate and welcome in the holiday spirit!
Service leader – Erin BerryMusician – Kerry-Anne … read more.
Timothy will present an exploration of racism beyond the superficial labeling of others – to first understanding the mislabeling of ourselves. He puts forth the hypothesis that it the very labeling of ourselves that is standing in the way of making a fundamental progress in … read more.
Jean Merrifield will share with us some of her thoughts about how Unitarianism has changed over her lifetime.
She will stimulate our thinking through questions about why we come to this church, in what ways is it better now, and what changes we have all … read more.
As Unitarians and Universalists, we draw on many sources to enrich, explain, and broaden the spiritual stirrings of our heart. In this time of Thanksgiving, let’s take time to revisit the sources that ground our U.U. faith.
May we celebrate in gladness!
Service leader – Susan … read more.
Ariel Amstutz will be giving a talk discussing the first UU principle, from the perspective of a youth. To her, “the inherent worth and dignity of every person” is an important value.
World issues and personal experiences will be discussed, as well as what this … read more.
As spiritual beings having a human experience, we have to deal with this human form that we have been given. These vehicles we call bodies seek pleasure and connection much beyond what religion would allow, yet the most basic act of procreation on which we … read more.
Susan Czarnocki asks: When you hear the phrase “the inherent worth and dignity of every person”, what image forms in your head? A mother’s love, the kindness of strangers, multicultural diversity? How do war, torturers, mass-murderers and serial killers fit into this picture? What is … read more.