Our criminal justice system is not a system of justice. We have seen the ineffectiveness and harm this system has inflicted on our culture, especially those of People of Color. Let us explore this Sunday how the concept of reconciliation and restitution heals more effectively than punishment.
Speaker: Rev. Jo Green
How do you view leadership in your lives? Do you view yourself as having the characteristics of a leader? And does this make you a hero? Let us explore this Sunday what makes a leader and what makes a hero or shero as we also honor the Love Hero Award we will be presenting.
Mark Twain said, “Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement.” It’s Groundhog Day and this day is famous for doing something over and over again in life until you finally reach your goal. Have you experienced this in your lives and have you learned from it? Do we learn from our mistakes? Let us explore this Sunday how we can use our experiences to help heal the world.
This Sunday we will share our worship with First United Methodist Church as has become the tradition for many years. Rev. Jo Green and Pastor Hee Soon Kwon are pleased to welcome our special guest preacher Rev. Ron Swisher for this Sunday service. We will be meeting in the Sanctuary of First United Methodist Church. All will be welcome to share the dreams and legacy that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr bequeathed to us to make this world a better and more peaceful place.
What can we do as Unitarian Universalists to bridge this divide that so many of us feel? Our country is divided. We hear it daily and we are now officially in an election year. How can we get a sense of belonging and create the world our 6th principle affirms? Join us this Sunday as we explore the goal of world community together.
What does it feel like to belong? That feeling of belonging is central to human interaction and the development of self-confidence and self-esteem. When we don’t feel like we belong, that feeling can overcome us in a variety of ways, culminating in depression and a … read more.
On this holy night in the Christian tradition, a family traveled many miles to reach a land where they would be safe. During this Christmas Eve service, we will explore the similarities of immigrants then and immigrants today and how we can offer aid to those today when there’s no room in the Inn. Peak Performers, our Mission Peak choir, will perform.
In times of old, pagans and other cultures rejoiced at the coming of Winter Solstice and celebrated the Goddess Moon energy. It was an appreciation of the shortest day of the year and the recognition and celebration that the days would once again lengthen. During this Yule service, we will learn about the mystery and sacredness of the return of the Sun during these long winter months.
If God did come down to Earth, if there was a God, would they look like us? Do we actually see God in each other? If not, how can we see the Divine in every human being? This month Mystery is our theme and we will explore how Divine and Holy Entities have given hope and faith to so many in times of need, how it has failed, and why humans search for a Divine Presence in their lives.
In this holiday service we will examine gratitude, how we feel when we have it, how we feel when we don’t. Can gratitude really bring us joy in times of sorrow or pain and is there a difference when we have gratitude with how we live our lives? In this service before Thanksgiving, may we all join together to share our gratitude and search for ways to bless the world with our gratefulness and sense of peace and harmony.