Preacher: Rev. Jolie Olivetti

  • Considering Forgiveness

    One of the topics that has come up in our recent “Conversations at the Death Cafe” program is forgiveness. What does it mean to forgive ourselves? How do we forgive […]

  • Reflections

    In honor of New Member Sunday, we will consider one of the central tensions of our UU faith: the individual and the collective. We are individualistic in that we are […]

  • Peace Is Possible

    In preparation for the Mother’s Day Walk for Peace, which is coming up in a month, we will learn about the work of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute and […]

  • Rising Anew

    It’s Easter Sunday! As Unitarian Universalists, we draw inspiration from many faith traditions, including Christianity, from which both Unitarianism and Universalism sprang. In our service today we will consider how […]

  • Coming to Our Senses

    20th century historian of religions Mircea Eliade noted, “there can be no religious experience without the intervention of the senses.” With help from a book called A History of Religion in […]

  • Friendship as a Matter of Faith

    It’s almost Valentine’s Day, a good time to think about all kinds of relationships, not just the romantic ones. Friendships can be tricky – people change over time, we let […]

  • Justice: Article II Sermon Series

    Justice is one of the UU Values proposed in the new version of Article II of our UUA bylaws. Bryan Stevenson, the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, said in […]

  • Pluralism: Article II Sermon Series

    Our sermon series continues on the revised Article II of our UUA Bylaws (the part that currently contains our Seven Principles). Pluralism is another one of our UU Values which […]

  • Power Concedes Nothing Without a Demand

    It’s MLK Weekend. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a prophetic leader who communicated a vision of Beloved Community that we must still heed, all these years later. Of […]