Sunday, January 12 10:00AM Randy Newswanger To be honest, this is a sermon about truth, lies, kindness, and relationships. What should we say and when should we say it? Randy Newswanger has attended UUCL for a year, graduated from Starr King School for the Ministry with a Master of Divinity degree, and is a co-founder of InterPlayContinue reading “January 12, 2020: “To Be Honest””
Sunday, January 5 10:00 AM Rev. Dr. Barbara Coeyman As we begin a new calendar year, let us consider the role of integrity, that sense of being whole and complete. Even as I’ve often referred to Parker Palmer’s concept of “hidden wholeness,” let’s return to it to explore how greater transparency and authenticity within ourselves andContinue reading “January 5, 2020: “Living with Integrity, Living with Wholeness””
Sunday, December 29 10:00AM Karen Carnabucci Explore what the practice of systemic constellations offers our understanding of the coming year. We will open our arms to greet a future that is just emerging, as this past year moves behind us. Come, celebrate the turning of the year in ritual and community.
Tuesday, December 24 7PM Rev. Dr. Barbara Coeyman Come, join this holiday tradition. Bring friends and family to this multi-generational service of Lessons and Carols of the season. Music and readings will be offered by UUCL’s members and friends of all ages, The service also includes the traditional candlelighting ceremony. Note the time of the service:Continue reading “December 24, 2019: “Christmas Eve Candlelighting Service””
Sunday, December 22 10:00 AM Rev. Dr. Barbara Coeyman Today, resonate with the sounds and spirit of Taize music, a worship tradition which originated around 1940 among the Taize Monastic Order in Burgundy, France, a traiditon which brings Catholics and Protestants together. An authentic Taizé worship service involves sung and chanted prayers, meditation, silence, andContinue reading “December 22, 2019: “Mid-Winter Taize Meditations””
Sunday, December 15 10:00 AM Rev. Dr. Barbara Coeyman I continue to grow in realizing new layers of awe in the story of new birth told in the traditional story of Christmas. The face of new life reminds us of the potential for hope and renewal in this world which can often feel hectic and outContinue reading “December 15, 2019: “Awe in the Face of a Child””
Sunday, December 8 10:00 AM Elizabeth Shuba How do we seek to connect to ourselves, community, and the joy of the world and how that alters the stories that we tell.
Sunday, December 1 10:00AM Rev. Dr. Barbara Coeyman How do you experience awe? Do you experience paradox, or perhaps challenge, in appreciating experiences of awe while remaining grounded in everyday necessities? What stops you from experience of awe, and might some as yet unexplored experiences of awe be all around you in everyday activities? We welcomeContinue reading “December 1, 2019: Finding Awe in the Everyday”
Sunday, November 24 10:00AM Rev. Dr. Barbara Coeyman Come celebrate this season of Thanksgiving with others as we come together in a multi-generational service where we bring our vegetables to make Soup. Stay after the service for a community lunch to share our soup and fellowship together.
Sunday, November 17 10:00AM Rev. Keith Kron What a T-Rex named Penelope, Pittsburgh, and a theologian Can teach us about The Future of Religion and our commitment to Equity and Justice. Religion, including Unitarian Universalism is at a moment in time. Can it survive? And what must it do in order to survive? What must weContinue reading “November 17, 2019: Beyond Categorical Thinking”