Unitarian Universalists are boundlessly curious about the world’s religions and happily celebrate many winter holidays. Fifteen years ago, a group of young adult UU seminarians began to yearn aloud for a holiday celebration that would be our own thing, not to supplant or compete with … read more.
Hanukkah is a holiday rooted in armed resistance, but there’s much more to the story including a lot that is relevant to our own era. Interim Minister the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will tell in story and song the tale of the ancient Maccabean rebellion … read more.
Winter Solstice is an astrological phenomenon, a point in time marking the longest night and shortest day for people in Earth’s Northern Hemisphere. It’s also traditionally a time of spiritual quiet, of germination, of dreaming. Interim Minister the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will explore the … read more.
Dim the lights, cozy up to the fire, and spend the Winter Solstice with Music Director, Amber Fetner and UUFA musicians. We will rest in the darkness of the longest night and celebrate the return of the sun through music, reflection, and community. Don’t forget … read more.
This is a service of song and story, celebrating mystery and wonder in Unitarian Universalist style. Interim Minister the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will tell a story (no sermon), and we’ll sing the UU versions of favorite carols. This virtual candlelight service is a great … read more.
Rev. Lisa was invited to say a prayer of thanks for justice workers for the Interfaith Partners Annual Thanksgiving Service. We hope it brings you blessings during this Thanksgiving week.
When we Board members established the 2020-2021 theme of Let It Be a Dance last winter, we didn’t anticipate that the Fellowship and everyone else would face a pandemic in 2020, now approaching its third peak of infections. The application of November’s sub-theme of Strength … read more.