Thomas Merton wrote “There is in all visible things – a hidden wholeness.” Yet, some things seem broken. Could it be that wholeness does not mean ‘never injured.’
Rev. Wendy Williams - Senior Minister
Unitarian Universalism is sometimes described as a faith not of destination, but of journey. What does this mean for us?
JUC’s annual children and youth music service! The children and youth will share their exploration of the theme of Journey through story and song. The Search for the Most Amazing Thing in the Universe follows four friends on an epic journey to find the most amazing thing … read more.
Trust is the foundation of all human relationships. Some of us trust easily and others don’t. Yet, whether we trust or not may be deeply tied to the word enough. That is, accepting we are enough and living willing to say enough (i.e., having boundaries).
Last week, we welcomed members who had joined since September. Each time we do so, our church is made new. We shape our journey together. As we explore possibility, we look at our premise and promise.
As the New Year begins, we pause on a precipice. None of us know what the New Year will bring. January’s theme is possibility. What might it take to be ready to see and embrace the possibilities in this New Year?
Our Christmas message in lessons and carols featuring our JUC Choir.
Our Christmas message in lessons and carols amplified by the JUiCe Worship Band.
Join in a joyful retelling of the Christmas story in this family-friendly interactive service featuring the children’s choirs. Led by Director of Religious Education Annie Scott and Senior Minister Rev. Wendy Williams.
Mostly, mystery invites us to pause and rest. In this service through music, silence, and poetry, Revs. Keith and Wendy encourage us to experience the mystery together.