The Blessings of Animals

Rev. Denise Cawley

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Pandemic has given us many more reasons to appreciate animals both as companions and as collaborators in our environment. We will both be blessing animals who do/have enriched our lives in this service; we will also … read more.

Grow in Harmony with Moss

Rev. Denise Cawley

Pandemic shutdowns gave us a glimpse of how the environment might respond if there were less consumption. Our environment can be a great teacher and one organism that exemplifies harmonious community building, is moss. Rampant consumption, human infestation into every corner of earth … read more.

We Need Not Think Alike…

Worship Associate Darolyn Wylie

UUs love to point out that “we need not think alike to love alike.”  But moving beyond our differing opinions, we meet the truth that humans really do not THINK alike.  A significant number of us have brains that are wired … read more.

Petals for Peace

Rev. Denise Cawley

The Flower Ceremony, sometimes referred to as Flower Communion or Flower Festival, is an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Flower Ceremony was introduced to the … read more.

Dedicating Spirits: Nurturing Curious Children

Rev. Denise Cawley

Today we honor all who contribute to mothering, parenting and loving the children of our community. Members of this community dedicate our care, respect, storytelling and nurturing of children and families in our Unitarian Universalist Tradition. We dedicate our hearts and minds to … read more.

Learning to See More

Rev. Denise Cawley

So many take for granted that musicians must practice and writers must write in order to improve, but assume artists come out of the womb with a paint brush in hand creating masterpieces. Today we explore how to see, in a manner a … read more.