This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Making Choices

March 7 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Olympia Brown was a Universalist minister. Her ordination in 1863 made her the first woman in this country to be ordained by any denomination. She made some tough choices along the way. On the eve of International Women’s Day we honor her story and the stories of all women who live their values in the world.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – What does it mean to be Unitarian Universalist?

February 28 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Strecker, Interim Minister

This special morning will include an abbreviated service followed by an opportunity to share values in small groups. This is an important step in helping set a course for Northshore Church’s future.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – What does it mean to be Unitarian Universalist?

February 21 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Strecker, Interim Minister

Unitarian Universalist identity is often cast in terms of individual freedom and the individual’s right of conscience. But what anchors us? Where is our common ground? What are the values we share, and what does it mean to live into those values with intention?

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Side with Love Sunday

February 14 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Unitarian Universalist voices from across the country

What if to “side with love” meant making bold, faith-full choices? What if it were even a little bit scary? This worship service brings together sterling worship leaders and musicians from across the country to offer hopeful, moving, challenging reminders about what we as Unitarian Universalists are called to do and BE in the world.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Making A Way Out of No Way

February 7 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker Speaking

As our attention turns to a new chapter in our nation’s history, it seems more important than ever to look back at the history of African Americans in this country; in particular the incredible well of resilience it takes to look ahead in light of all that’s gone before. Can we truly learn to “be the light”? The light of love? The light of promise for one another?

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Looking for Signs

January 31 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Strecker, Interim Minister

Imbolc is the Earth-centered celebration of the first stirrings of new life. Believe it or not, this is the time of year when seeds begin to germinate and the sap starts to rise in the trees. These are signs of new life that are so subtle we hardly notice them, but they are there.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Going Deeper

January 24 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

The days may be getting longer but it’s still pretty dark and cold – a good time to take an inward journey to the center – to your center. There are many spiritual practices that can help people examine, shape and care for their lives, and the life around them. Together we’ll explore what makes something a spiritual practice and why a practice that helps cultivate depth in our lives is important.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Make Your Own Bible

January 10 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Jennifer Revill

In 1836, Ralph Waldo Emerson tempted his readers with a challenge: he suggested that they “make their own bibles.” By this he meant to collate one’s personal reflections with meaningful selections from the literature and religious works of the world, to create a highly personalized sacred text. Since the Fall of 2019, four of us have been meeting in a small group ministry setting to explore what it means to each of us to make our own bibles. Jennifer Revill, Marty Langlois, Emeline Walker, and Holly Willsey-Walker will offer excerpts from their own personal “bibles,” along with some thoughts on the spiritual nature of this process, and how it can shape one’s view of the world.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Beginning Anew

January 3 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Thich Nhat Hanh writes, “Every morning, when we wake up, we have twenty-four brand-new hours to live. What a precious gift!” As we perch on the leading edge of a whole new year, what are the possibilities for beginning anew?

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