On this Easter Sunday in the (Western) Christian Calendar, Rev. Jones invites us to make room for Yom Hashoah, the Jewish days of observance of the Holocaust.
Speaker: Rev. Ken Jones
As our hopes for a technological fix to climate change become ever more elusive, we have choices about how we treat one another and the precious world that is undeniably part of who we are
This morning Rev. Jones is joined by the President of the UUCY Board of Trustees, Michael Gempler for our Stewardship kickoff Sunday.
Pre-empted by a President’s Day weekend blizzard, and inspired by Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, this Sunday Rev. Jones reflects on the continuing legacy of the American Civil War
Following our service from the previous week about homelessness in Yakima, Rev. Jones will reflect on the value of “home” and what it can do to the human soul to be without.
The regular service is cancelled due bad weather and slick roads. Please stay warm and safe. Rev. Ken Jones is walking to church and putting the coffee on for anyone who wants to drop in.
Humans are creatures greatly informed by our use of language. One way we use language is to name people and things. Lakes, rivers, eras, and even religious communities are named. Is that what they then become?
Bring the family in this mix of a traditional Christmas Eve service with our contemporary Unitarian Universalist message.
All ages will enjoy this holiday celebration where we decorate our seasonal tree with the rituals and traditions that bring meaning to many of us.