Upcoming Worship Services
Being queer can mean a lot of things. Of course there’s who you’re attracted to and how, but it can also be a political identity, a culture, a lens for challenging society. This Pride Sunday, I’d like to invite you into that curiosity and the joy we can create there. For me it's building a community without punishment or scarcity, where people can do weird art projects, have big chosen-family brunches, and play with gender if they want to. A community that gardens a lot and doesn't have to worry about food or rent or healthcare.
We all deserve lives like this, lives that will look different for each of us! So come with me, get curious, get angry, get joyful. We need a new world, and it has to come at the expense of the old one.
This service will be led by Jack Kostylo, a queer, trans member of Wy'east.
Did you know that the Buddha is said to have been a husband and a father before he was a religious teacher? This morning I’ll share a story of his that seems perfect for Father’s Day. I’ll also share his ultimate secret teaching—but only for our A-team players! (Hint: that last bit was a Dad joke.)
By Reverend Moro
Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-683
Join us this Sunday to connect deeply but briefly with one another before we join the Sunday Worship of the annual Unitarian Universalist General Assembly to connect virtually with UU’s from across the country.
The Sunday worship at the annual Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly is the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. This powerful, communal worship experience is open to the public and after connecting with one another (deeply but briefly), we will watch it together as a congregation.
Link coming soon