Speaker: Dave Dunn

Our Holiday Traditions

What better way is there to celebrate Christmas morning than with your UUMAN friends?
Join us as we share our (and your) many and varied holiday traditions together.

Candlelight Christmas Eve Service (7PM)

Let us share the warmth of this holiday season in joyful celebration.
May the glow of our candles symbolize the hope that will sustain us through the dark times of winter and throughout the coming year.

It’s Not Too Late!

We’ve passed 350 ppm concentration of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere…and the numbers continue to rise!
But we’re not finished yet! How can we be leaders and exemplars in reversing this trend?

America’s Native Stories

The story of Thanksgiving goes back to the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock. Yet before they were here there were already people here – loving their loved ones and living their lives. Let’s hear some of their stories – stories of creation, stories of love and the ubiquitous trickster tales.

First Sunday of Advent. No Religious Exploration.

Bread Communion

Bread is a symbol of life-giving sustenance and today we will share a bread communion together. Please bring a bread (homemade if possible) that elicits memories of childhood sustenance. You will have the opportunity to share this memory with us.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Congregational Meeting: No Religious Exploration

A People So Bold?

Part of UUMAN’s mission is to “Strive for Justice.” What is the real history of Unitarian Universalism’s quest for justice in the world? Are there histories that make us uncomfortable? How can we learn from our mistakes?

Transparent Day Nov. 6 (First Sunday in November), Intersex Solidarity Day/Intersex Day of Remembrance Nov. 8

Service of Remembrance

Please join us as we remember those who have passed over the course of the year. Let us remember how they have shaped our lives in ways we could not have imagined.

Trick or Treat for UNICEF. Blessing of the UUMAN Monsters.

Our Struggle With Mental Illness

Do we characterize mental ailments the same way we characterize physical ailments? Why or why not? How is mental health defined, arbitrated? Who gets to decide?

Intersex Awareness Day – October 26

The 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism

The UUA’s Principles and Purposes, detailed as part of Article II of the UUA Bylaws, were last updated in 1987. Although portions of Article II have been tweaked since that time, no thorough review has been done…until now. The inclusion of an 8th Principle is being discussed as part of the recommended changes.  How will we respond?

International Pronoun Day October 19 (Third Wednesday in October)