This Sunday we’ll move downstairs to begin our summer programs, with Rev. Jones fielding questions on which he’ll attempt to build a sermon.
Rev. Ken Jones
This morning Rev. Jones reflects on recent experiences with two local Representatives with the US Congress, reminding us of the value of religious community, and of the value of stepping outside of religious community.
This morning Rev. Jones holds up the two remaining elements of our Health Relations Covenant: That we celebrate spiritual growth and share the ministry.
Join us on Sunday, May 13th, for Blossoms and Brunch! Sunday Services will include our popular annual Flower Communion, then stay and enjoy a lovely brunch at the salad potluck immediately following services.
Please bring a flower to share in the annual celebration of the … read more.
The last of the series of sermons Rev. Jones is delivering on the six sources of Unitarian Universalist faith — and just in time for Earth Day: “Spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in … read more.
This morning Rev. Jones holds up the fifth of the six sources of Unitarian Universalist faith: “Humanist teachings which counsel us to heed the guidance of reason and the results of science, and warn us against the idolatries of the mind and spirit.”
The fourth in the series on the sources of our UU faith, Rev. Jones presents ideas about our Christian heritage on this Palm Sunday
This morning Rev. Jones continues his series on our Healthy Relations Covenant, highlighting both our promise to “listen deeply” and to “speak with courage and humility.” We’ll consider how the most important aspect of communication is not always to convey information, but to simply connect.
This morning Rev. Jones continues his series on the sources of UU faith, this week’s being “Wisdom from the world’s religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.”
This morning we will look at ways racism and white supremacy permeate nearly every aspect and level of our lives, including, sometimes, the religious institution we hold dear. The service will feature, in absentia, many voices of Unitarian Universalist People of Color.