What can we learn from engaging our whole bodies on this journey through life? When we fully live into an experience, we might just gain a deeper sense of empathy and understanding. This will be Emily’s last service as intern minister at Jefferson Unitarian Church.
Emily Conger - Intern Minister
Stand Up explores the theme of risk: finding the courage to take action in the face of adversity, to speak out in the presence of injustice, to choose compassion over hate, and to risk one’s personal security to companion another. This service features songs and … read more.
Being a Unitarian Universalist calls us to not just claim a label, but to act, reflect, and grow. Allyship is similar. To be an ally, one must move beyond the title and live into what it means to take risks, keep learning, and showing up.
Our single service on Sunday morning will be interactive and held in the chapel.
In the wake of the election, we will hear stories and poetry from many people about moving through challenging times. What can we gain from hearing stories of resistance and resilience?
Grief is a process. We will take the opportunity to pause and remember loved ones who have died. Please bring a small picture or object that reminds you of them.
On this Labor Day, we will explore how we find value and meaning in our lives through vocations and beyond.
Using Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker’s poem of the same title, we will explore our connectedness and the call to bless the world.