This Sunday we will explore the intersection of compassion and the stories we often tell ourselves and each other asking what we might learn about our … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Aaron R. Payson
It is often taught that criticism and compassion are antithetical concepts. Perhaps, however, we need to examine our responses and relationships to criticism to discover the … read more.
Historian Gary Dorrien notes that when Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. arrived in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1954 to pastor the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, he had … read more.
We return this Sunday to a favorite service of many, the Annual Question Box Service. Instead of a prepared sermon, Rev. Payson will take questions from the congregation as well as offer a few of his own. What question have you ever wanted to ask … read more.
Sunday, December 25, 2022 10:00 AM – ECUMENICAL CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE – There will not be a service held at UUCW this Sunday. However, we will gather with friends from other Greendale-Area congregations for a special ecumenical Christmas Day Service at Bethel Lutheran Church in … read more.
Join us for our Annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. This carols and lessons service will include special music and soloists to mark this special night with … read more.
Join us for our Annual Holiday Vespers Service featuring special music, our Children’s Pageant and an opportunity to gather for refreshments and conversation following the service with our ANNUAL VESPERS TEA. One special invitation this year is for everyone to come dressed in their … read more.
ANNUAL SOLSTICE SERVICE with Rev. Aaron Payson. Join us for this annual tradition as we explore the meaning of the winter solstice with story and song.
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Albert Einstein once penned, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though … read more.
The poet Mary Oliver writes, “Truly, we live with mysteries too marvelous to be understood.” This Sunday we will begin an exploration of “wonder” our Soul Matters Theme for the month of December. We begin by pausing to notice the things that we often miss … read more.