A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Lori Mirkin-McGee.
It is the time of Imbolc, the Pagan festival that celebrates the growing light and the promise of the earth awakening once again. It is also the festival of Brigid, the Celtic goddess of fire, spring, healing, and poetry. As we celebrate Brigid and Imbolc with stories, songs, and rituals, we will invite Brigid’s fire of creativity to rise inside us and guide us in bringing peace, justice, and hope to the world.
Come One ,Come All to our Winter Town Hall! The Board would like to invite the Congregation to our “Zoom” Town Hall on Sunday, January 24th, at 11:15 am, following the service. Presentation topics include information about the UUCK’s participation in a UUA program entitled “Retooling for New Realities”, a presentation by the Race4Justice Team on our new Congregational Statement of Commitment to Racial Justice, Construction update/information and further “Envisioning with Imagination” – uses for Hobbs Hall that expand our outreach into the community.
A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Heidi Emhoff-Wood.
An imaginarium is a place devoted to the imagination. It is a place where we can bring our dreams and hopes for a better world and create ways to make these dreams and hopes real. Together during this service we will create an imaginarium and put our imaginations to work to envision not only who we will be as individuals in this new year, but also who we will be as a congregation and what we want to do together. Thanks to the Harry Noden Memorial Music Fund, we also welcome Lea Morris as our special musical guest for this service
A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Colleen Thoele.
In his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. expressed his dream that one day people would not be judged on the color of their skin but on their character and that the equality expressed in the Declaration of Independence would become a reality. During this service we will remember Dr. King and think about how we can re-imagine his dream for these challenging times.
A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Diana Van Winkle.
William Blake wrote: “to see the world in a grain of sand…” I recently discovered the concept of fractals, infinite repeating patterns all tied together in a vast web beyond our comprehension, and how nature is made of fractals. Using our imaginations, visual images, readings, and songs, we will learn about fractals, our Seventh Principle, and the power of creative energy to renew us and sustain us as we say yes to life’s invitation to flourish.