Sunday, May 19 – 10:00am Curiosity: The Sacred Language of Our Lives – Where is the sacred, the holy in this day, in this life? Join Meadville Lombard Theological School seminarian and ministerial intern Lora Powell-Haney in exploring what we as Unitarian Universalists might choose to lift up in a daily practice of finding the more »
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Sunday, May 12 – 10:00am Celebration Service – The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling has so much to celebrate! Today we will celebrate families and parents and honorary parents, grandparents and elders. And mothers. We will experience Flower Festival, the traditional Unitarian Universalist celebration of spring and community. Please bring some cut flowers to share. more »
Sunday, May 5 – 10:00am ‘Sometimes, It Is the Destination’ by our Ministerial Candidate Aileen Fitzke – They sometimes say that it is not the destination but the journey that is important. Our Candidate Minister, Aileen Fitzke, will explore why sometimes, the destination may be just as important and indeed may shape the very nature more »
Sunday, April 28 – 10:00am ‘Touch the Earth’ by our Ministerial Candidate Aileen Fitzke, will be exploring the interconnectedness of all living things by looking at the way we interact with and participate in the human and more than human world through all of our senses.
Sunday, April 21 – 10:00am Easter – We all think we know about Easter, but come explore this unconventional take on Jesus’s message and wisdom. This Intergenerational service will include some new insights on Jesus’s message for us as Unitarian Universalists today.
Sunday, April 14 – 10:00am A Holy Trinity For UUs – Our Unitarian ancestors’ heresy was the rejection of the Christian Trinity. Let us explore that theological approach and look into what trinitarian structure might work for us today. What puts us in a holy place?
Sunday, April 7 – 10:00am Happiness, Holiness, and Wholeness – Led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Arnason: What does it mean to be a person, or a community of wholeness? This is the question for April’s worship theme, and I’m excited to explore it with you in a return visit to your pulpit. It’s my belief more »
Sunday, March 31 – 10:00am Facts and Optimism – Here in the winter doldrums, what holds hope for us, what can we hold on to? Rev Alexa has a new place she finds hope and she’d can’t wait to share.
Sunday, March 24 – 10:00am Mary Oliver – Wild Geese Fly – In this service we honor the life and lyrical nature poetry writen by Mary Oliver. Her work has a special connection with Unitarian Universalists because of her “clarity of vision … suggesting that life was a matter of learning to love the world more »
Sunday, March 17 – 10:00am Choose To Bless the World – Loudoun County and Beyond – Sharon Williams and Rev. Alexa will focus on the Backpack Coalition and why their efforts in Loudoun are so needed. And what is charity? What is Social Justice work and where do they intersect?