There could be no better day than Mother’s Day and no better place than our “verdant sylvan glade” near Richmond for us to experience and demonstrate our UUA 7th Principle – “to affirm and promote respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen
2019 marks the two hundredth anniversary of William Ellery Channing’s sermon on Unitarian Christianity. This year, for Easter, we will be celebrating Channing’s legacy and the enduring power of a Unitarian approach to Christianity: meeting Jesus as spiritual teacher rather than savior. The … read more.
Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen
This year as part of the congregational auction we auctioned off the right to pick a service topic. The winner choose a service reflecting on the spirituality of the singer Neil Diamond. This Sunday we’ll use the lyrics from his song “I’ve … read more.
the fourth of our spring series on the Principles of the Unitarian Universalist
Association we’ll consider the challenge of affirming and promoting acceptance
of a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
For the third of our spring series on the Principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association we’ll consider the challenge of affirming and promoting acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations.
The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will lead a service on the second principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association: justice, equity, and compassion in human relations. The service is the second in our spring series on the seven principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Museum District – … read more.
In honor of black history month, Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be offering a sermon on Reverend Ethelred Brown, the Unitarian Church of Harlem and Unitarian Universalism’s relationship to the tradition of black humanism.
Museum District – 10:30 a.m.
Thoreau Campus (Richmond) = 10:45 a.m.
This service will launch our six week stewardship campaign, the theme for which is “weaving a tapestry of love and action.” The words come from the dedication of the offering that we say in unison each Sunday. In this service we will ask: What does … read more.
Martin Luther King, Jr. often said, “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” His words were inspired by the nineteenth-century abolitionist Unitarian minister Theodore Parker. The sentiments of both men suggest a certain faith in the inherent tendency of … read more.
Our annual celebration of Christmas with a service of traditional carols and lessons led by the Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen