In this time of uncertainty and fear, where are the places we can go to find comfort and hope?. Aija Simpson preaches with worship associate Gisela Roethke.
Speaker: Rev. Aija Simpson
This Sunday we will begin a new and unasked for experiment in remote worship. Though we may feel distant from each other we will gather and remember that though we are physically distant, we are still together. Rev. Aija Simpson preaches with worship … read more.
“Passin Through – Glad that I Ran Into you” Cindy Terlazzo offers reflections on her sojourn at UUCV and extends the invitation to consider the ways in which we impact one another as we pass through this life. Rev. Aija Simpson leads the service.
“Mardi Gras” It’s that time again! Come celebrate a Central Pennsylvania-Southeast Louisiana mash up with our annual Mardi Gras multi-gen celebration. Rev. Aija Simpson leads the service with members of the Religious Education Committee as worship associates.
Participants in our Beloved Conversation program will share their thoughts on the journey. Rev. Aija Simpson leads the service.
We open our hearts and our home to everyone who would walk, roll, or be carried through our doors. Rev. Aija Simpson preaches with worship associate Michele Burton.
“Though I’ve Broken my Vows a Thousand Times” How can we make promises we know we won’t keep? How can we keep entering into relationships knowing they will end? Rev. Aija Simpson preaches with worship associate Cheryl Parsons.
January 26: “Looking For Grace In All the Wrong Places” We think we know the history of Amazing Grace. What if the story we know is wrong? What if grace moves in our own lives in more unexpected ways? Rev. Aija Simpson leads worship.
What does it mean to forgive without forgetting? What does it mean to offer grace where none is sought? Rev. Aija Simpson returns from maternity leave to lead the service with worship associate Molly Wilkinson.
People often dismiss “preaching to the choir” as a waste of time. Why would you bother to persude people who already agree with you? But if you don’t preach to the choir, who will teach the congregation the song? This morning we ask, who … read more.