This Sunday

The Future of Water and the Dedication of the Spirit of Life Monarch Waystation

Our annual water communion assembly this year will focus on the future of water and conclude with the dedication of our monarch waystation, that will involve some of the water everyone brings on Sunday.  Please bring a small(ish) container of water, to assure we have … read more.

LGBTQ Movie Night

The Welcoming Congregation committee is hosting a LGBTQ social event, Friday, August 23 @ 7 pm, in the chapel and all are welcome!  We’ll be streaming  It’s in the Water. Filmed in Dallas it’s a 1997 independent film. Written and directed by Kelli Herd, the film touches on themes of homosexuality, AIDS, coming out and small-town prejudice. Since this was an independent movie there is no rating. There is some slight nudity, sexual references and cursing. No blood, guts or gore. Run time 1h 40m.  So bring your pillow(s), favorite snacks, drinks & let’s have a ball!!

Did You Know?

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History August 23
    by Frank Schulman on August 23, 2019 at 1:18 pm

    1623 – Stanisław Lubieniecki was born in Rakow, Poland. He was a learned Polish knight but relinquished his place at court to become a Unitarian minister. As Polish civil magistrates began their persecution of his religion, Lubieniecki devoted many years and much of his money to finding safe havens for his parishioners. He also created and preserved the most extensive accounts of major meetings and personalities of Polish Unitarianism. Read more at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism. […]