Speaker: Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman
Music plays an important part in our Sunday services, and an important part of our lives. Please join Rev. Ben and our music director Jon Arterton in examining how music nurtures us.
This worship service celebrates mothers of all kinds, and reaffirms our denomination’s stance: reproductive freedom for all mothers, and for all women.
Many early Unitarians were well-educated, erudite and well-read. Many early Universalists were rural and working class. Today, Unitarian-Universalists honor our historical roots while working to end class exploitation, supporting the rights of workers and all marginalized people. … read more.
We have been hurt by COVID, by white supremacy, by personal losses and by so much more. This Sunday (and every day), let us hold one another, help one another heal, show one another light.
Sexual violence, and the rape culture that supports it, go against our principles as Unitarian Universalists. Two survivors will share their stories during this service, followed by a Pledge Campaign pancake breakfast and a workshop on sexual violence prevention facilitated by Natasha Cruz-Knopf.
Our final Sunday in March with the “Renewing Faith” theme features journeys from trans members of our congregation, as we approach Transgender Day of Visibility.
What does Covenant mean in the context of Unitarian Universalism? In the context of UU St. Pete? As new members commit themselves to our congregation, let us renew our commitment to one another, to our community and to our world.