In our consumer culture, we’re accustomed to thinking of gifts as “things,” as “products” of generosity. That way of thinking may not only obscure the many forms a gift may take but also the spiritual nature of generosity. “Generosity,” writes His Holiness the Dalai Lama, … read more.
Speaker: TPUUF Members and Friends
For many years our congregation has supported the “Guest at Your Table” project of the UU Service Committee. We will be doing so again this year. This service will give us an opportunity to learn about all the great work that the organization does and … read more.
In this service, several TPUUF members and friends are invited to share thoughts on a book they’ve read recently. The service provides an opportunity to reflect on the benefits of genuine engagement with the written word and to discover authors and titles we may wish … read more.
In the spirit of both November’s Soul Matters theme, “Paths of Change,” and the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ll explore how change is disruptive and often unwelcome at the time it occurs but may also prove to be something we’re eventually grateful for. Along with considering the … read more.
Join us online to celebrate in story and song the joy and hope of the holiday season. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in our traditional candle lighting ritual in which lights are dimmed and all hold a candle to remind us that no matter … read more.
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Unitarian Universalists tend to be avid readers. To keep abreast of current events and gain perspective on important issues, they devour news stories, articles, and editorials. They also read … read more.
By this time, most of us will have heard Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins, III’s message on the dream of Beloved Community inspired by the ministry of Dr. Martin Luther King and the struggle for social and economic justice, as well as Rev. Larry Peers’ thoughts … read more.
Continuing in our Thanksgiving weekend tradition of extolling the spiritual practice of gratitude, this year we’ll extend special thanks to people who’ve been a healing presence in our lives. Members and friends of our faith community are invited to submit the name of a person … read more.
Join us for an interactive celebration of our pets and the joy they bring to our lives. Many churches in the United States celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi on October 4 each year. The feast commemorates the life of St. Francis, who was … read more.
Individuals share the impact of quarantine on their lives, be it reflective, artistic, a project, or a spiritual/political expression. This period disrupted daily routine; many lives were devastated emotionally and/or economically; and a police-killing ignited the built-up stress of the injustices suffered by African American … read more.