Speaker: Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen

Enduring Friendships

Thoreau / Richmond campus – 10:45 am

In this last service in our series on friendship we will ask the questions: What makes friendships last?  And what are the religious resources we can draw upon to cultivate enduring friendships?  The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be … read more.

Loving the Hell Out of the World

Museum District – 10:30 am

Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, writes, “Our Universalist ancestors didn’t believe in hell, except for the ones we create here in this life. What would it mean to show up in the places where hell, where suffering … read more.

Enduring Friendships

Museum District – 10:30 am

In this last service in our series on friendship we will ask the questions: What makes friendships last? And what are the religious resources we can draw upon to cultivate enduring friendships? The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will … read more.

Prophetic Friendships

Museum District – 10:30 am

For Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday we will look at the friendship between Dr. King and the great Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. Heschel and King were allies in the great struggles for justice of the middle twentieth-century. Their camaraderie … read more.

When Enemies Become Friends

Thoreau Campus – 10:45 am

Working to turn enemies into friends is an essential religious practice.  It is something that helps us survive periods of crisis.  It can help us transform ourselves into more generous and broad-hearted people and open up unexpected possibilities.

The Rev. Dr. Colin … read more.

When Enemies Become Friends

Museum District – 10:30 am

Working to turn enemies into friends is an essential religious practice.  It is something that helps us survive periods of crisis.  It can help us transform ourselves into more generous and broad hearted people and open up unexpected possibilities.  The … read more.

Two Bodies, One Heart

Thoreau Campus – 10:45 am

Friendship is a spiritual practice and a religious discipline that can help us to lead better, more virtuous, lives. In this service we will explore how. 

The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be in the pulpit via video.

Two Bodies, One Heart

Museum District – 10:30 am

Friendship is a spiritual practice and a religious discipline that can help us lead better, more virtuous lives. In this service we will explore how.

The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be in the pulpit.

Christmas Eve, Lessons and Carols

Museum District – 7:00 pm

Join Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen, Mark Vogel, and the First UU Church Sanctuary Choir for our annual Christmas Eve service. It will be filled with poetry, music, and, of course, candle light! Don’t miss it!

Winter Solstice

Museum District – 7:00 pm

Join Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen, Mark Vogel, and the Sanctuary Choir for a special winter solstice service in the round. We will meet in Channing Hall on the longest night to celebrate the turning of the seasons and the … read more.