This year, the celebrations of Earth Day and Easter coincide. We’ll gather as an entire multigenerational community to explore the meaning of resurrection in a UU context. In what ways are we coming to life again this Spring?
Community Partner Support
Sunday service cash offerings and designated checks are donated each week to a community organization. Learn more
Community partner this month
- United Action for Youth is our April Community Partner United Action for Youth (UAY) is a Johnson County community organization whose mission is to nurture the potential of all youth to create, grow, and lead. Services include recording and art studios, street outreach, counseling and programs for pregnant and parent teens, health services and a transitional living program.
Join fellow UUs at Terry Trueblood Recreation Area for a family-friendly event celebrating our earth. Enjoy indoor and outdoor activities related to the environment, live music, raptors, prizes and more.View event details »
Join the Owl Moon Covenant of UU Pagans (CUUPs) for a hands-on workshop where we’ll learn West African drumming hand positions and traditional rhythms/songs. No experience necessary—just a willingness to join in the groove! Click on the event link to register and learn more.View event details »
Artist Jo Meyers-Walker will present a short film on human trafficking in the Sanctuary, followed by discussion. There will also be a group art project to benefit survivors at noon in Fellowship Hall. The film and discussion are not recommended for children, but they may contribute to the art project.View event details »
- Read “Justice on Earth” for Apr. 28 discussion
We will discuss “Justice on Earth,” a powerful and penetrating look at environmental justice from 14 Unitarian Universalist thinkers and activists, following the service on Apr. 28. Copies are available for borrowing, or you may purchase a copy through the UUA Bookstore. Learn more
- Newcomers invited to Inquirer Sessions after services
Newcomers and visitors are invited to attend an Inquirer Session after Sunday service. Topics rotate each week and allow you to learn more Unitarian Universalism and opportunities to get involved in groups and activities. Sessions begin at 11:10 in the conference room. Learn more