Love is the doctrine of this church.
The quest for truth is its sacrament.
And service is its prayer.
This is our great covenant:
To dwell together in peace.
To seek the truth in love.
And to help one another.
To the end that all souls shall grow
In harmony with the divine.
On Sunday, Sept. 7, we will hold our annual intergenerational water communion service. During our water communion ritual, you will be invited to add water to our communion vessel and name its source. Over the upcoming weeks, please take some time to gather water from the sources that are refreshing your spirit this summer, whether a lake, the ocean, a pool, a river, a stream, your tea kettle, or a waterfall.
Sunday’s worship service (July 27) will be led by Rev. Eric Hausman sharing “The Mother of All Virtues.” From ancient admonitions of Cicero to the contemporary poetry of Mary Oliver, the virtue of gratitude has come to play a key role in liberal theology. Come join us as we seek new ways of understanding this powerful [ … ]
At out July 20 service the Rev. Alice Anacheka-Nasemann & the G.A. Team will share General Assembly Stories of Inspiration. Members of our General Assembly Delegation will share what they found inspirational from their experience of gathering with thousands of Unitarian Universalists for workshops, worship, business meetings, spiritual practices, music, and social justice work.
The Rev. Stephen Shick will provide the sermon on Sunday, July 13, at 10:30 a.m. “Be Water Striders in Love” is the title. One of Rev. Stephen’s favorite sacred moments in the summer is to watch “water striders,” those small insects that dance on the surface of still water. Being mindful of how fragile their life is can [ … ]
Don’t miss these General Assembly events at the Providence Convention Center from June 27-29. The following events are open to all, whether or not you registered for General Assembly.
Service of the Living Tradition, Friday, June 27, 7:30-9:00 pm in the Dunk Arena. This service honors fellowshipped and credentialed Unitarian Universalist religious leaders, remembering those who [ … ]
Unitarian Universalism will look much different at the end of this century than it did at the beginning. Rev. Tony Lorenzen looks at the current trends in Unitarian Universalism and what changes this will bring to the faith in the coming decades and how some UU’s are already making those changes real in their lives and [ … ]