Services

Sunday Service: “Poetry of Meaning”  

Join Cynthia Kelley and Muriel Blaisdell for this service where members of our community will share poetry that has moved them and a little bit about why.  If you would like to share a poem that has moved you, please contact Cynthia and Muriel at blaisdml@miamioh.edu by April 7th.  Poetic prose and song lyrics can also be … Continued

Sunday Service: “The Healing of the Green”

On this Easter Sunday Kelsey Lovelace will talk about the pagan sabbat Ostara and the promise of spring renewal. Presenter:  Kelsey Lovelace Service Leader:  TBA RE:  Class Day during the service. EGG HUNT for kids following the service, rain or shine.

Sunday Service:  “Eclipse”

Did you know that the word “eclipse” comes from the Greek word for abandonment? Join Jennifer Blue for an intergenerational service about eclipses in plenty of time for the total eclipse that we’ll be able to see on April 8. Why do eclipses happen? What have their explanations by other religions been throughout history? What … Continued

Sunday Service: “Casa”

Tonya Buchanan is Executive Director of Butler County Parachute, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). Parachute is a nonprofit agency dedicated to providing trained volunteers to work with children in the Juvenile Court system due to abuse, abandonment, or neglect. Last year nearly 3,000 Butler County children were identified as victims of abuse or neglect. Volunteers … Continued

Sunday Service:  “Visual Arts as a Spiritual Practice”

Join Kathleen Carels and others from our community who will say a few words about their creative process and share examples of things designed and created by them.  Our worship space will be filled with the creative spirits of many among us.  Service Leaders:  Kathleen Carels. Children’s RE: Class Day during the service After the … Continued

Sunday Service: “Considering the Legacy of John Roberts”

February 25 is the Episcopal Feast Day of the Missionary John Roberts. Roberts was born in England and made his way to the Bahamas, and then to Wyoming, where he worked with the Arapahoe and the Shoshone tribes for 66 years. Join Diane Wright as we consider the different lenses through which we can view … Continued

Sunday Service: “Marie Kondo Revisited”

As the earth sleeps in winter dormancy, it has traditionally been a time for adjusting life’s balance whether with fasting (Lent, Ramadan) or spring cleaning. What do we need to change? What are we putting off? What can be let go? What do we need to learn? We come together in community to share these … Continued

Sunday Service: “Circles of Sexuality”

When people think about “sex” they could be thinking nearly anything, from the sublime to the biological to the harmful. Join Darrel Davis and Jennifer Blue, both trained to teach sexuality education to middle schoolers, as they talk about the circles of sexuality as defined in the Our Whole Lives curriculum. Service Leaders and Presenters: … Continued

Sunday Service: “Luminescence: A Holiday UUs Can Call Their Own”

UUs celebrate and/or recognize several religious holidays from other faith traditions. On this Sunday, February 4, 2024, we will celebrate Luminescence, which represents the light we generate as members of the Unitarian Universalist faith. Service Leaders and Presenters: Linda Amspaugh and Kathleen Carels. Children’s RE: Intergenerational Service