UUI is the church of the warm heart, open mind and helping hands. We are a welcoming congregation, celebrating everyone--so whoever you are and whomever you love, whether you worship many gods, one God or no god, whether you walk in on little feet, roll in or stroll in--you are welcome here!
Sunday, October 21, 10:30am:
by Jamie Hinson-Rieger
Continuing with the theme of ancestors, we will look at the legacy of the Transcendentalists--thinkers like Emerson, Thoreau, Theodore Parker, and Margaret Fuller, who encouraged a young Unitarian movement to break with convention and radically re-imagine what religion could be. In some ways we have been living out their radical project of a religion shaped bv the individual experience of the sacred ever since. Some UU theologians think it is time to reconsider whether their legacy has been entirely for the good. Come decide what you think! Special music by the UUI Choir.
Our Director of Ministry, Jamie Hinson-Rieger, talks about how Saturday’s news cycle inspired a change in Sunday’s service.
Click below to listen to the sermon.
Walnuts for Humanity Fundraiser
Our Senior High Youth Group needs your raw walnuts!! Proceeds from this fundraiser will help send our youth to Michigan to build a house with Habitat for Humanity. Please bring walnuts from your yard or anywhere else you have permission and place them in the collecting bins in our parking lot. Click here for more details.
Building the Beloved Community
from our Board President, David Jackoway
Here is an opportunity to consider where we've been and how far we still have to go. Check out this panel discussion from 1961 with Langston Hughes, James Baldwin, and Lorraine Hansberry discussing "The Negro in American Culture."
We are Unitarian Universalists. Click the video below to learn more.