Topic: Faith + Works

Community Seder

First UU, the HUUB and University of Orange present our 3rd annual Community Seder!

Faith+Works with Ayako Maruyama

What does it mean to be an instrument of peace? How do we know what we’re FOR? How do these compasses we develop over time work when we have to discern and make decisions for the work we want to contribute, and spend our time doing?

Faith+Works: Faith Over Fear

Our emotional response to threat, real or perceived, is fear. Threats can be so great and the fear so paralyzing that we become ineffectual in our work. Yet, transformation, both personal and collective is born out of fear. How do we get from fear to change? Where love exists, fear is absent. Work rooted in love changes the world.

Faith + Works: Seeds of Faith Seen and Unseen

Like a seed planted perhaps by a grandmother’s weathered hands pushed carefully into the soil or maybe by a birds’ droppings, it is unseen in that form again…. Faith is that which is tended with the work of love, and the hope that it brings forth flowers or barley.

Faith+Works: Observations of a Journey

This month Frank Barszcz will talk about his experience as a Unitarian Universalist and the impact it has had on his life and his work.

Join us Online – register at the Upcoming Services button below for the Zoom link! – or join us On Site for a socially distanced gathering at church.

Faith + Works

Please join us for FAITH+WORKS with Dr. Bob Fullilove via Zoom on Sunday, March 22nd at 4pm as we continue to practice social distancing.
Dr. Bob Fullilove will speak on the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI) and his 10 years of experience teaching college-level courses in three prisons that are part of BPI.