Our popular “Journeys” series is back! At the worship service on February 6, Kathleen Rehl and Stephanie Frick will share a little of their personal stories about how they have come to this particular point in their lives. And to celebrate the beginning of Black History … read more.
Speaker: Jeanay Johnson
This weekend marks the celebration of the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman will bring the work of Nikole Hannah-Jones, founder of the New York Times’ 1619 project.
Every Friday night volunteers from UUSP and the larger community serve 70-90 unsheltered individuals. What is the truth behind each guest’s journey? Our mission is to shine the light of compassion, making each guest visible, respected and sustained….for one night.
The theme this month is Holding History. Our faith places truthful telling of history at the center of our principles. In our first principle, we promise to value the worth and dignity of every person. In our fourth principle, we value the search for what … read more.
This service will combine the Soul Matters topics of “Cultivating Relationships” with November’s “Holding History” by focusing on the celebration of Samhain, a time of deep reverence for many pagans. Samhain is considered to be the most important celebration of our sacred source of earth-centered religions. … read more.