Rev. Dr. Julie Kain

Calling In Our Time

We will explore the calling of Unitarian Universalists, locally and nationally, during the tumultuous time in which we are living. How do we maximize the efforts of our small, but mighty, faith tradition in the rapidly changing culture in which we live?

For Everything a Season

Life’s lessons come to us in the form of constant change. How do we make sense of it all? Fortunately, we are part of the pattern of earth’s seasons. There are rhythms in the changes we can identify, and even learn to move with, if we are open to doing so.  

Midwinter Celebrations

The resilient spirit of people around the world shines brightly in long-held traditions to celebrate midwinter. In this service for all ages, we will join in the festivities in song and story.

Wholly Family Service

In this holiday service we celebrate our annual tradition of hearing several families share how Unitarian Universalism and our home congregation are important to them. New Member Recognition today.

Open Hearts and Minds

As we enter this season of Advent, now is the time to open our hearts and minds to unexpected possibilities, especially as the light of hope may be hard to find in the darkness of winter.

Time to Leap

We will continue to explore the topic of our current national and global crises with practical ideas for building a positive future for humanity even in the midst of chaos. Third in a series of four sermons that began with “Antidote to Despair.”

No is Not Enough

Continuing in a series that began with “Antidote to Despair,” we will look at some painful realities at how our nation and world have arrived in its current state of crises along with hopeful action each of us can take. Sources of insight to be drawn upon will include “No is Not Enough” by Naomi … Continued

Remembering

Join in our annual celebration of remembrance for all of our departed loved ones and ancestors by bringing a photo or memento to honor your beloved dead to be placed on our community table. The Service for All Ages includes a brief ceremony in our Memorial Garden with the addition of names of congregation members … Continued

No is Not Enough

Continuing in a series that began with “Antidote to Despair,” we will look at some painful realities at how our nation and world have arrived in its current state of crises along with hopeful action each of us can take. Sources of insight to be drawn upon will include “No is Not Enough” by Naomi … Continued

Embracing the Mystery

Our search for knowledge, wisdom and faith is shaped by the ideas we carry about who we are, where we belong and why we are here. What relationship do you have with mystery in your journey through this life?