First Universalist holds worship services at 10:30 am on Sundays, September – June.
Please join us in exploring a variety of spiritual practices, participating in ceremonies and traditions that ground us, sharing in music that moves us, experiencing sermons that encourage us to question, and coming together based on a belief that we must act together to support justice and peace in our world.
WORSHIP AT HOME: SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 2021 AT 10:30 AM
A GOOD SENSE OF DIRECTION with Rev. Hillary Collins-Gilpatrick, Minister, and Sam Chandler, Music Director
Moving forward during our month of “Becoming,” we continue to explore the liminal space between hope and grief. Last week Rev. Hillary encouraged us to act from this in-between place, ok – so what’s our first step?
- This week’s service is live on YouTube: Watch
- You can give to the half-plate offering online at any time: Donate
Our worship theme for April is Becoming – and it is also about unbecoming, as Albert Schweitzer wrote: “The path of awakening is not about becoming who you are. Rather it is about unbecoming who you are not.” This becoming, and unbecoming, is a lifelong journey, a path we walk every day, over and over. When we take this journey of becoming and unbecoming together, it may mean helping each other to hold steady and persevere or it may mean helping each other to find and take the exit ramps.