Feb. 3, 10:30 am                                Rev. Dawn Sangrey

UU Theology: Who Am I?

 What are people like? What is the nature of humans? Where do they fit in the natural order of things? Are humans good or evil, worthy or unworthy, powerful or impotent, in control or out of control, eternal or ephemeral? This sermon is the first in the series of Five Questions, Theology for Unitarian Universalists.                                          

Coordinator: Rob Young



Feb. 10, 10:30 am                                      UU Youth

Share the Love

The youth will lead us in a reflection on what it means to "Side with Love". How do we, as people of faith, respond to inequality and oppression? Where is there opportunity to create more inclusive community.

Coordinators: Terri Pahucki & Jane Cowan



 Feb. 17, 10:30                                         Rob Young

Science Fiction –

To Boldly Go Where No UU has Gone Before

Religion frequently takes a central role in popular science fiction.  From various depictions of God, angels and the afterlife, religion is a heavily used plot tool in sci-fi writing. Join us this Sunday as we blast off to explore strange new worlds,seek out popular uses of religion in science fiction and boldly go where no UU has gone before.                                          

Coordinator: Tricia Larkin



Feb. 24, 10:30 am                               Rev. Dawn Sangrey

A Time to Break Silence

Over fifty years ago, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. preached “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence” at the Riverside Church in Manhattan.  For the first time in public, King opposed the war in Vietnam and called for “a true revolution of values” in America. We will revisit his message in the light of our current national situation.              

Coordinator: Tricia Larkin