Sunday morning services begin at 10:45 am, at the Fellowship building, 481 Zeandale Road in Manhattan (get directions).
As we adapt to protect our family, friends and community from the threat of COVID-19, we will continue meeting through virtual Sunday services on Zoom. Read our Sunday Services Team’s announcement on plans for the Summer and Fall.
Sunday services may be viewed on Zoom, at the link provided in the description of each service, beginning at 10:30 am, on Sunday mornings. Find helpful information and links at http://uufm.net/zoom/.
Protest and Prayer: Transformed by Courageous Love
The tools we need to transform our communities are the tools of courageous love. Although we think of protest and prayer as different tools, what if we could see protest as a form of prayer and prayer as a form of protest? Rev … read more.
Anchored Over the Horizon
Vaclav Havel wrote that hope “transcends the world that is immediately experienced, and is anchored somewhere beyond its horizons.” How do we hold fast to hope, even when it is distant? The Rev Oscar Sinclair serves the Unitarian Church of Lincoln, Nebraska, and … read more.
Persons or a People?: Tensions Between Individuality and Community in our Churches and Culture
The tension between individuality and community crops up everywhere — in our response to the pandemic, in our reactions to racism, in running our congregations. Unitarian Universalists steeped in individualism sometimes struggle with how to make ourselves into a community. How do we equip ourselves … read more.
Making Real Community
What does it mean to be part of a community and how do we know when we are in fact part of such a thing? Our Great Pause as a society has called into question many of our prior assumptions about religious congregations … read more.