No Más Muertes/No More Deaths

This lay-led service will feature Kraig Beyerlein, a sociologist from Notre Dame, discussing how community and faith groups – including our fellow UUs in Tucson – are coming together to end the suffering and deaths of migrants crossing along the México/U.S. border through the dangerous desert areas in Southern Arizona. A tangible example of UU … Continued

Echoes of Fullness

Life is brief, and precious; and our grief can help us make meaning of our lives. This service will include our annual Naming of Our Beloved Dead—bring pictures or small mementoes of those loved ones whom we have lost.

Could Be Raining

One year after the election, how are things going? What is better than we feared, and what is worse? How are we demonstrating resilience? What do we need to do better?

What do you say when someone asks you, “What is a U.U.?” ?

Power Beyond Possessions

Our Ghanaian cousins ask for “a wealth not dependent on possessions, …wisdom not based on books…strength not bolstered by might [and]  a god not confined to heaven.” Join us for Rev. Chip’s annual anti-consumerism rant.

Revisiting the Revolt of Mother and

Abstract/Description: As we say goodbye to November and head into December’s preparations for even more family gatherings, it’s a good time to take stock of our relationships with those we love. In what ways do we hold onto the way it’s always been, even when it could be so much better?