Family Ministries Blog

Post date: Mar 28th 2020

Hello, friends. As we settle into this shelter-in-place time, it’s tempting to call this “the new normal”.

Post date: Jan 29th 2020

Words to Live By 
Every morning we go out blinking into the glare of our freedom, into the wilderness of work and the world, making maps as we go, looking for signs we’re on the right path.
UU Minister Victoria Safford, Walking Toward Morning

Post date: Dec 31st 2019

Choose to bless the world.
The choice to bless the world is more than an act of will,
a moving forward into the world with the intention to do good.
It is an act of recognition, a confession of surprise, 

Post date: Dec 5th 2019

The Gods we worship write their names on our faces; be sure of that. [We] will worship something ...That which dominates will determine [our] life and character. Therefore it behooves us to be careful what we worship, for what we are worshipping we are beco

Post date: Dec 5th 2019

Words to Live By

If the only prayer you ever say is “Thank you”, that will be enough. - Meister Eckart, medieval Christian theologian

Post date: Oct 7th 2019

“Let it be a dance we do, may I have this dance with you? Through the good times and the bad times too, let it be a dance!” ~ From Let It Be A Dance, Hymn 311 in Singing the Living Tradition 

Post date: Sep 1st 2019

Words to Live By
We believe that the mind, body, and spirit are not separate entities but together contribute to our health as human beings.

Post date: Aug 1st 2019

Words to Live By
We play because it gives people the opportunity to connect and socialize.
We play because it energizes the imagination
and can open doors to new insights and connections.

Rev. Andrew Makar, UU Minister

Post date: Jul 13th 2019

Growing in Faith from “I” to “We”

Post date: Jul 13th 2019

Words to Live By

Earth is our home. We are part of this world and its destiny is our own. Unitarian Universalist Statement of Conscience on Global Warming/Climate Change, 2006

How on Earth Do You Talk about Climate Change with Children?