One of the most beautiful aspects of Buddhist teaching is the way we are invited to remember our deep interconnection to the planet and all life -- to honor and care for Earth as our source, great teacher, and witness. Growth and freedom arise from deep knowing of this earthly experience.
Inspired by the ancient Jewish Hannukah story of the miraculously long-lasting lantern oil we ponder what miracles and hope might have to do with our lives in this season.
It is not selfish to exercise and practice self-care and self-compassion! In fact... it is critical to do so daily to be there for yourself first and then for others
The Winter Solstice brings us the longest night and the shortest day, a time when humans throughout history and cultures have pondered the balance of light and dark in their lives. Join us as we explore nurturing of darkness and the inspiration of light.
Mary and Joseph had no idea who their child would become in his life. As we celebrate with stories and music we ponder how we are ready for the arrival of new life.
Join your fellow UUCOD congregants as we share some of our favorite hymns that helped to ground us in our faith and values. Select members will share stories of their favorite hymns and why they are so special to them. If you're attending the service from home feel free to sing along and for those in the sanctuary, let's hum together.