Our Sunday services are about an hour long and most come with a 20 minute message from one of our Unitarian Universalist ministers, or an outside speaker. We usually present 3 or 4 sermons on a single theme by different ministers over a month.
Many sermons are video-taped at Museum District for later viewing at our campuses, or for web viewing.
We’re suspicious of the prosperity gospel that emphasizes individual wealth or health as a sacred value. With so much need in the world, how can we affirm abundance for us? Do we live in a world of scarcity or abundance? The Rev. Samuel … read more.
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.
You are not alone. What you do matters. You are part of the web. Our High School youth and our Director of Religious Education, Carol Burrus, weave together a uniquely UU tradition of Flower Communion, a celebration of Mother’s Day … read more.