Services

Beyond Truthiness: UU & You!

The 4th principle of our faith tradition calls upon us to affirm and promote a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” In this Sunday’s service, our Minister asks us to reflect with him on how we might be “responsible” to dispute dogmatic pronouncements and beliefs in “alternative facts”?

The Wellspring of our Unitarian Universalist Faith

In these challenging times it is especially important – and especially comforting – to draw from the deep well of our faith. Rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition and enriched by the insights and lessons of the world’s myriad religions, Unitarian Universalists have access to an inexhaustible source of wisdom. This Sunday, we’ll explore how the … Continued

Love Is the Answer: What Is the Question?

Valentine’s Day has become an inescapable tradition in modern times, highlighting how certain romantic ideals are pervasive in our culture. Our Minister asks us to consider some of the reasons for this seasonal observance.

A Ship of Dreams

This church building stands here because a small group of people had a dream they achieved through patient perseverance enduring challenges we can never understand. What is their lesson to us today?

A Ship of Dreams

This church building stands here because a small group of people had a dream they achieved through patient perseverance enduring challenges we can never understand. What is their lesson to us today?

El Dia de los Muertos

Together we’ll call on the wisdom and beauty of El Dia De Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) to help us remember our ancestors and loved ones who have died. We’ll create an altar to welcome our ancestors into the sanctuary. We invite you to bring a photo or memento of those you wish … Continued

Encountering God

When have you encountered the Holy in your life? Where have you seen the face of God? Come on a journey with Rev. Madelyn Campbell, the Interim Minister at Bull Run Unitarian Universalists, and let’s see how far we need to go to encounter the Divine.

The Blind and the Elephant

We experience the holy in different ways. By clinging to our own experience of the holy maybe we are living out the story of the sightless experiencing the elephant.

Moral Imperatives: Choices that Matter?

We who call ourselves Unitarian Universalists hold ourselves accountable for upholding and promoting certain common principles, including trusting democratic processes, even when it’s difficult. In this week’s worship service, echoing the ancient Jewish tradition of Yom Kippur, our Minister will reflect with us about how we might forgive ourselves for falling short of our highest … Continued

Embracing Diverse Perspectives: Revolution or Reformation?

Our Children’s Religious Education curriculum this year will include exploration of selected aspects of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures to offer grounding in the common cultural stories and ethics which are still dominant elements of most of our society.  In this worship service, our Minister will share his own reflections on some historic threads of … Continued