January 5, 2020
As we grow older, our perspective on time grows longer. Summers once endless pass in a blur. Let's try to stretch further our vision of time until it encompasses both the deep past and the deep future.
December 29, 2019
What causes us to feel awe? Nature, a person, a concept? Most people describe awe as a positive experience, but awesome and awful come from the same Old English word. Two short sermons presented by Worship Associates Charlie Ahern and Burt Smith.
December 22, 2019
December 22 is the first night of Hannukah, the festival of lights. The Maccabees were in awe of the miracle at the center of this holiday--what is our conception of awe? Preceded by a reading from Rabbi Aaron Miller.
December 8, 2019
Join us for a short worship service before our congregational meeting, where we will live into the democratic process that is central to our faith's history, theology, and practice. The homily by Rev. Sinclair follows Worship Associate Amy Miller's reading of "The Rabbis" by Dan Hotchkiss.
December 1, 2019
Guest preacher Rev. Michelle LaGrave of First Unitarian Church of Omaha.
November 17, 2019
Introductory reading by Jamie Radcliffe, Worship Associate. Sermon by Rev. Brandee Jasmine Mimitzraiem of Quinn Chapel AME.
November 10, 2019
Guest preacher Patty Forsberg, coordinator of Nebraska Contemplative Outreach, speaks about the connection between the spiritual and the physical.
November 3, 2019
It is easy to disengage from the world, to use the "Benedict Option." Unitarian Universalism requires that we not look away - that we are honest about the world and our place in it, and engage in making a better world for all.
October 27, 2019
On the last Sunday in October, we gather to remember those who have gone before, and whose memories and lives belong to us still.
October 20, 2019
Continuing the theme of belonging, Worship Leader Christine Davis speaks on "What Might it Mean to Belong to Democracy"?