We are an open-minded international spiritual community committed to:
- Upholding the inherent worth and dignity of every person
- Respect and acceptance for all beliefs: the humanist,the theist, the atheist, the agnostic…
- Freedom to question in the search for meaning and inspiration
We hope to welcome you at one of our upcoming events!
Next Sunday Service, February 14, 10:30 am Led by the Rev. David Gyero
We will have a distinct international focus at our next service. Rev. David Gyero joins us from Kolozsvar (Cluj) in the historic Transylvania region of Romania.
“Who is my neighbor? — Rings of relationships around the soul”
Rev. Gyero will talk about how Unitarians and Unitarian Universalists are often called to define who we are as a religious community through our relationships with each other and others. We give more of ourselves to those closer to our hearts, but we still have enough to reach the multi-layered outer rings of our relationships too.
Rev. Gyero is uniquely knowledgeable about the diversity and global reach of our liberal religion. He is President of the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists (ICUU). Please join us for an enlightening service on Feb. 14.
Chalice Theme nights are talks and discussions on a wide variety of topics, typically held on a weekday evening.
Join us on January 26th at 7:45pm at La Maison Verte for a discussion on Quakerism.
One of our essential values as Unitarian Universalists is our openness to the wisdom from other religious traditions. Both Unitarian Universalism and Quakerism grew out of the Protestant Reformation in England and we have some aspects in common. Guest Speaker Eric Callcut will give us an introduction to Quaker worship and values.
The upcoming dates for 2015-2016 Chalice Themes are:
March 22nd Ethical Wills