Archives: Services

Confession and Apology – Rev. Samuel Felderman

Join us as Rev. Samuel Felderman shares with us the practice of corporate confessions across religious traditions, and ways that the practice can inform and improve our own ability to give and receive full and meaningful forgiveness from one another.

Revising Article II – Tom LoGuidice

Revising Article II of the UUA Bylaws, Principles, and Purposes: The UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association) is committed to updating Article II to increase its relevance to today’s needs. Tom LoGuidice will speak to this effort and facilitate discussion on it as well. Tom is a … read more.

The Earth is Moving Under Our Feet: Rev. Michele Grove

The Earth is Moving Under Our Feet: Religious and spiritual communities tend to go through a major overhaul every 500 years. The last one was the Protestant Reformation in 1517. Now, 500 years later, are we in the middle of another great overhaul? Rev. Michele … read more.

Love: The Hidden Principle – Reverend Samuel Felderman

Join us this Sunday as Rev. Samuel helps us explore the different ways we love, how those loves impact our Principles, and Love’s place in the proposed revision of Article II of the UUA Bylaws.

The Gospel That Almost Made It – Samuel Felderman

April 24: The Gospel That Almost Made It: Samuel Felderman will continue his series on Abrahamic religions with a service exploring the Gospel of Thomas and lesser-known teachings of this text. Samuel Felderman, RE & Library Committees, All Paths Divinity School seminarian. Facilitated by Jean Becker.

Moving Heaven and Earth – Pam Kress-Dunn

Pam Kress-Dunn will present words and photos about Earth Art, a movement of artists, beginning in the late 1960s, who bring art out of the confines of galleries by creating massive artworks using the land itself. Featured art will include Robert Smithson’s “Spiral Jetty” in … read more.

Book Bannings – Samuel Felderman

Join us as we explore the history of book banning in the USA, current issues around book banning, a discussion on the connections between UU values and intellectual freedom. Samuel Felderman, UUFD member and All Paths Divinity School seminarian.