Speaker: Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen

Prayer as a Kind of Hope

Museum District – 10:30 am

Prayer is a kind of hope. In our third service on hope we’ll look within for the still small voice that can calm our fears and ground us when we afraid or find ourselves in despair.

The Rev. Dr. Colin … read more.

Hope in Times of Crisis

Thoreau Campus – 10:45 am

When all seems lost, how shall we find hope? In this service we’ll consider how we can come together to create hope when none can be found and make a way out of no way.

The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen … read more.

Hope in Times of Crisis

Museum District – 10:30 am

When all seems lost, how shall we find hope? In this service we’ll consider how we can come together to create hope when none can be found and make a way out of no way. The Rev. Dr. Colin … read more.

Take Courage

Thoreau / Richmond Campus – 10:45 am

Courage is lifted up as one of the central virtues. Without courage it is difficult to do the work of self and social transformation necessary to change ourselves and our society for the better. This Sunday … read more.

Pursuing Virtue: To Live a Good Life

Thoreau / Richmond campus – 10:45 am

When asked to understand salvation, theologians in the Unitarian Universalist tradition have often spoken of “salvation by character.” This month as we consider how we might return to our roots during periods of crisis we consider the classical … read more.

The Courage of Being

Museum District – 10:30 am

Sometimes it is a courageous act just to embrace life and say yes to the wonder, mystery, and terror of the universe. Let’s gather together to encourage each other to engage in the audacious act of becoming our best selves!

Take Courage

Museum District – 10:30 am

Courage is lifted up as one of the central virtues. Without courage it is difficult to do the work of self and social transformation necessary to change ourselves and our society for the better. This Sunday we’ll ask: What … read more.

Pursuing Virtue: To Live a Good Life

Museum District – 10:30 am

When asked to understand salvation, theologians in the Unitarian Universalist tradition have often spoken of “salvation by character.” This month as we consider how we might return to our roots during periods of crisis we consider the classical ideas … read more.

The Unnameable All

Thoreau / Richmond Campus – 10:45 am

Mysticism is often thought of the experience of connection to something larger than ourselves.  What kind of resources do mystical experiences provide during uncertain times?

The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be in the pulpit via video, Sunday, October 13th.