Speaker: Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman
If you are coming to the church, bring some water from your favorite place, or what would represent your favorite place. We’ll combine and bless those waters as a symbol of our shared faith coming from many sources.
Share the Plate Sunday!!
“Members of the UU St. Pete community are submitting questions to Rev. Ben by Friday, Sept. 16. He will answer as many as he can during the reflection period this Sunday. All Are Welcome.”
Join us this Sunday with a special guest: Toni Van Pelt, the former National Organization for Women President.
What role does poetry play in our lives as Unitarian Universalists? Does it bring us solace? Does it bring us closer to awareness of our place in nature? Does it challenge us to see other humans in a new light?
Watch Youtube Livestream This All Ages Service invites us to ponder our place in the Universe. Perhaps we will share a sense of wonder at science’s understanding of the very big and the very small. All are welcome.
Black feminist poet June Jordan said, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.” But many voices tell us we are too fat, too thin, too Black, too, too. What if we are enough, just the way we are?
On the anniversary of nuclear attacks against Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Rev. Ben reflects on his personal journey in the peace movement, and invites us all to dare to take our own journeys for what we believe in.
What’s so funny about going to church? This all-ages service, led by Rev. Ben, Bill Motter and Trish Harding, will hopefully bring a smile to your face. All are welcome. Click here to join the livestream
Each year, the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly brings thousands of UUs from over the world. UU St Pete sent five representatives to this year’s GA in Portland, Oregon, though only Rev. Ben was able to attend in person. Today’s worship service will include … read more.