We will honors teachers, graduates, and those with a milestone in their lives.
Tom Phelan wrote a memoir of his Irish boyhood on a 1940’s farm where his father, burdened with end-less tasks and worry, never showed his love with smiles or kind words, but always gave evidence of his love through his passionate determination to provide for his family. In his father, we see hints of our … Continued
Join us for this service that recognizes Volunteer, RE Teachers and Board Members and celebrates our community. We will also be welcoming new members today. ~Special Collection: Brooklyn Food Pantry. ~Annual Meeting follows.
Join us as we honor the presence of the animals in our lives. Please bring a beloved animal or picture of an animal for our altar.
This Memorial Day Service will be lay led, with readings from our members and friends.
Derek Black, raised deep within the ideology of white nationalism, found new insight and eventually renounced racism. His story holds profound lessons as we seek social justice.
Where do theology and curiosity intersect?
What does the life of Vincent Van Gogh have to teach us about curiosity and our own drive to create?
This will be a Lay Lead Service. Please bring your favorite “thing” to show and talk about. Could be a book, a picture, a doll, a rock, a fishing pole, a sewing project etc…
The written sermon is from Rev. Jenn, with communion activity and the choir will perform. We had Rev. Jenn for Christmas Eve and the DeKalb UU Church has her for Easter. This Easter sermon will be presented by our Lay Leaders, Lynn Hightower and Ann Green. Easter Egg Hunt will follow the Service.