“When it is finished”

Rev. Jenn Gracen

Good Friday remembers a time of despair when it seems hope is lost. This is a special service that will be at 11am on Friday, April 10th.


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Maybe you, like me, were raised in a church that taught that your best friend couldn’t go to heaven because she believed differently than you, or that from the moment you were born, you were a sinner. Maybe you’ve been unchurched in your life, but you feel like you would like to belong to a spiritual community, something larger than yourself, something that stands for what you believe in. For yourself. For your children. A spiritual community that believes everyone deserves to be treated with respect, dignity, justice and compassion. That not just one, but many, of the world’s religions have wisdom to teach us. That respects our earth home. That believes the questions we ask on our spiritual journey are more important than being fed answers. That agrees we don’t have to think alike to love alike. If this describes you, join me at the UU church of East Liberty where we extend a hand of welcome to you.

Reproductive Freedom: 2019-2020 Social Justice Theme

Beginning with 2017-2018, UUCEL named a different social justice theme annually for our church to engage in. Our first theme for 2017-2018 was the environment! This year theme is Reproductive Freedom.The theme was chosen with input from a survey of selected congregation members. The survey identified Reproductive Freedom as the top social justice issue of concern to our members. Reproductive Freedom is an issue of increasing urgency locally, nationally and internationally. Worship services and activities connecting to this year’s social justice theme will held throughout the year. You can see upcoming events on social justice issues on the upcoming events page or the newsletter for what is happening soon!