Nade Te Turbe, Nothing Can Frighten

We gather as a multi-generational community to explore the depths of mystery that surround the reality of death. In the spirit of the day, we welcome people to come in Halloween costumes and to bring photos and mementos of loved ones who have gone before.

Stone By Stone

The oldest cathedrals in Europe took generations—sometimes even centuries—to build. The builders knew they would likely not see the finished product, and yet, they persevered. In our world of instant gratification, what lessons can we take from the cathedral builders of old?

Remembering Our Roots

This year, the Edict of Torda is 450 years old, a decree that authorized local communities in eastern Hungary to elect their preachers. Here at UUS, that call is kept alive through a partnership with Unitarians in the village of Janosfalva, Transylvania, Romania.

Memory and Tradition

So many memories are made around holiday tables. We will gather as a multigenerational community and make a ritual of setting the Thanksgiving table, inviting all of us to consider the many places where we slow down and appreciate the gifts of life and to give thanks.

Sharing Our Memories Through Poetry

You are invited to bring to this service a poem that speaks of memories of childhood, of loved ones, of favorite places, events, or objects. Or even of lost memory. As time allows, members and friends will read their poems to the congregation.