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.
Speaker: The Worship Team
It was the youngest parent in our community who suggested we devote a Sunday morning to an exploration of parents, children and liberal religion. Parenting is a lifelong commitment, filled with promises to keep and miles to go. Parents, it seems, have rather strong opinions about … read more.
In our culture, it always feels like Father’s Day is an afterthought of Mother’s Day. No tents in Kroger’s parking lot filled with tools, gadgets or ties; it isn’t the busiest day for restaurants. Yet fathers comprise 50% of our existence. This year a morning … read more.
Our assembly this Sunday, In Memoriam, focuses on remembering the women and men who have given their lives in service to the Republic during the 83 wars or other conflicts involving the United States. Over one and a half million people have died. It is … read more.
In 1872 Unitarian Julia Ward Howe began advocating the creation of a “Mother’s Day for Peace.” Her original concept has completely died out. The history of Mother’s Day reminds us that it is more than a day for flowers and pancakes. It’s a time to … read more.
During February we honor National Black History month. Often the remarks focus on Dr. King. Marco’s mom Adrian suggested to the worship team that we create an assembly on Bayard Rustin. None of us knew the name, the man, nor anything about his life. … read more.
This year’s annual winter sharing service is taking a bit of a twist by giving us a theme to work from as we each select something to share.
In our search for truth, we have seven principles that serve as moral guides. On Sunday, if you … read more.
What do the two have in common? What rituals or images do they share? Why is this important? What does all this have to do with our UU principle of “The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all”
Many fall/winter celebrations before the end of the year are called a “Festival of Lights”. Others are celebrated by lighting candles even if the title is not formal. Today we are going to explore the celebrations that are held in late fall, early winter and … read more.
It is literally impossible to avoid Christmas in our culture, so the Worship Team decided to embrace it ~ heavenly flavored with doses of Unitarian Universalism. Come join in a Red River UU Christmas; singing some carols, hearing some familiar (and not so familiar) readings … read more.