Our annual celebration of Christmas with a service of traditional carols and lessons led by the Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen
Topic: Museum District
Rev. Dr. Dan King
Our Thoreau Campus Minister returns to our pulpit to share reflections on the fictional character of Ebenezer Scrooge (created by British Unitarian Charles Dickens), and how our own histories can shape our expectations and experiences of holiday traditions in the present moment..
Our children will transform into animals, stars, Magi and angels as they gather round the manger – singing carols and acting out the story we love to hear this time of year. This service is lively and fun, AND plenty full of the deep meaning … read more.
Join us for a quiet service that reflects on the darkness and difficulties of the year, moving toward light and hope. This service will be led by the Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen and Carol Burrus, our Director of Religious Education
Celebrate the mystery of the holiday season with a special Music Service featuring The Sanctuary Choir, directed by Mark Vogel, and accompanied by Bob Fazakerly, and our Chamber Instrumental Ensemble. Experience traditional music of Christmas and Chanukah, along with evocative readings exploring themes of … read more.
Museum District. On the first Sunday of Advent, we’ll pause to kindle candles of hope against hard times and the falling of the light. The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be in the pulpit.
Museum District. After 9 months of the cancer roller coaster, our guest speaker, Patti Henry, has learned a few things about gratitude. Please come and hear this joyous sermon!
Museum District. Come hear the story of Sankofa from the Ghanian tradition: a bird that faces forward, but also looks back to retrieve that which should not be forgotten. Bring some bread that connects to your ancestors or your current family traditions. We will bless … read more.
Museum District. Democracy across the globe is in crisis. No matter who wins the midterm elections, this will continue to be true. How should Unitarian Universalist communities respond during times such as these?
Museum District: Unitarians of the nineteenth-century were said to have believed in “salvation by character.” This service will explore what they meant and how their ideas relate to the often conservative idea that virtue, or moral character, is at the root of ethical behavior.