Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
Please join us on Sunday mornings for uplifting and thought- provoking worship.
The upcoming sermon theme is listed below.
During the summer months, from Father's Day through Labor Day, one service is held at 10:30 am. These services are interpreted in American Sign Language. Nursery Care and Religious Education for children through grade 12 are offered during the summer worship services. An informal coffee hour follows the service.
During the regular church year (Labor Day to Father's Day), we hold two worship services, at 9:30 and 11:30 a.m., for most of the year. The first service is interpreted in American Sign Language. Please join us in the Community Hall between services for an informal coffee hour, starting between 10:45-11:30.
Something Beautiful Is Coming:
Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley
Easter means many different things to many different people. Around the world, the word Easter, itself, has an array of different meanings—depending, of course, on the process of translation. The most important question to ask is: What does Easter mean to you?
Vanessa Southern, Visiting Speaker
Most major religions, after their talk of rules or guiding principles, of histories and traditions, or rituals and rites, have somewhere near the core the implicit or in-practice commitment to keeping their people awake. Awake to joy, awake to beauty, awake to the preciousness of life and each other. Awake to the Holy scattered around by some lavish unseen hand. Why and how do we keep one another awake?
Black Water Woods--A Conversation About Dying
Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley and Alexa Fraser
How will we call deepest grace and kindness to our side as life's journey nears and reaches its end? What does it mean to our souls towards dignity? Join Alexa Fraser and Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley as we explore an issue of great relevance today .
For the Beauty of the Earth
Seven years ago, in April of 2008, Paul Hawken wrote a book entitled Blessed Unrest. In it, he explores his belief that we are part of a movement that is greater and deeper and broader than we know. As he explains, “It has many roots but primarily its origins are indigenous culture, the environment and social justice movements.” He says that something beautifully complex is rising up within us, that it is a civil rights movement, a human rights movement and a democracy movement all in one. As we reflect on Earth Day, do we notice that something is rising? Can we see it in ourselves and in one another?
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