In this service, our music director Mike Carney will explore the practice of hymn singing: when did it start, why is it such an important part of worship, and what’s the UU connection with hymns and hymn singing? You’ll also learn the mysteries of our … read more.
What would it be like if our UU worship service centered entirely around the voices and experiences of black Unitarian Universalists? What truths might we hear, however difficult? What might we learn? How might these black UU leaders teach us to be better allies, better … read more.
This week’s service is lead by CLM Mark Weber.
We’ll be worshipping outside this week. Meet us at Horseshoe Lake Park in Shaker Heights!
After the service, stay for a picnic! We’re providing hot dogs & beverages, please bring a side or dessert to share.
Today’s the day we vote on whether we move forward in the merger process with the UU Society of Cleveland. All members in good standing are encouraged to attend and vote.
After the serivce, join us outdoors as we celebrate our gardens and have our annual … read more.
Today we celebrate all of the folks who have joined us as members over the past year!
Stick around for coffee hour where we’ll be serving hand-made treats.
When faced with Challenges and Seasons of uncertainty, especially as we look for joy, love, and peace, how can we stay strong?
What becomes that frontline and base to solidify our foundations?
On Sunday, April 22nd, members of both congregations will worship at First U. Join us for a combined worship service that celebrates our shared journey. Lead by Rev. Dr. Paula Gable & Rev. Joe Cherry
Celebrate our Senior High Students as they complete this rite of passage into adulthood! They have created this service to share what they have learned growing up UU and how they hope it will impact them as adults.
On April 15th, the Coming of Age class will have their annual service to celebrate their year of growth and learning. You can look forward to fun music, engaging readings, and hearing this year’s group come of age by reading out their credos