Speaker: Rev. Jim Lewis

Earth Day

Join us as we explore our 7th Unitarian Universalist principle: respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Guest minister Rev. Jim Lewis shares his reflections. Church member Jennifer Koney shares her experience of “Environmental Justice as a Spiritual Practice Expressed Through Art.” 


How do we help each other to refuel our tanks as we journey together? Tales of how we provide support and care in community with Rev. Jim Lewis

Like Minded People

Service Description: Many times, Unitarian Universalists see each other as sharing values and understandings of the world. What would it be like to welcome new views, both from those we already know and from people we have yet to meet?

What is Evil?

Hear a lecture on Evil which the Guest Speaker defines as “the willful imposition of extreme and unnecessary suffering”.  There will be an introductory reading by Jim Lewis of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s essay “After Ten Years”. https://starrkinguu.podbean.com/mf/play/y47n8q/2020-03-09_Sermon.mp3

Necessary Joy

When in times of struggle, why should we feel joyful? Join us for musical offerings and thoughts on joy. Click here to listen to the sermon

In Every Generation

As Unitarian Universalists, we grow when we find ways to be more inclusive.  The Humanist/Theist Controversy of the 1920’s holds a compelling story of how conflict eventually led to more inclusion.  Join us for a Sunday on history and welcome.


How can approaching life with enthusiastic curiosity help us decrease conflict, increase joy, and gain new perspective on what life has brought us? Click here to listen to the sermon