Family Ministry Blog

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?

Post date: Apr 27th 2019

What is a Child Dedication?

Words to Live By

Each night a child is born is a holy night.
A time for singing, a time for wondering,
a time for worshipping.

Post date: Apr 27th 2019

Singing Our Faith

Words to Live By

Post date: Mar 4th 2019

Unitarian Universalists and Lent

Words to Live By

Whether or not you religiously observe the season of Lent, as Unitarian Universalists we are always called to a healthy spiritual discipline that heals the brokenness of our lives and our world.

Post date: Feb 1st 2019

Words to Live By 
“Justice is what love looks like in public.” Dr. Cornel West

Love in Action = Justice in Progress

Post date: Jan 1st 2019
Words to Live By

Unitarian Universalism affirms that creation is too grand, complex, and mysterious to be captured in

Post date: Dec 16th 2018
Words to Live By

“To me, being a Unitarian Universalist is a challenge – a challenge to identify and define your own beliefs, a challenge to create community, a challenge to make the world a more just place.” Kayla Parker, Unitarian Universalist Young Adul

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