At the end of each Sunday service at Foothills, we close with these words: “…our service has just begun…”
It’s one of the most basic realities of being human: we need help. So, why is it so hard to get “help” right?
Every Sunday a team is required to create a worship experience that sends you back out into the world fortified and thinking.
In February, the Share the Plate offering was for Homeward Alliance’s Outreach Program.
In January, the Share the Plate offering was for La Cocina, a program of The Family Center/La Familia.
The Western Unitarian Universalist Life Festival (WUULF) is a family camp for all ages that has been happening for over 35 years at Ghost Ranch in Northern New Mexico.
Our Senior Minister, Gretchen Haley, will be taking a sabbatical from from May 6 – August 11. Gretchen’s last day on the pulpit will be Sunday, April 21st.
By Margaret Cottam, Building Expansion Team Member Charrettes! No, not cigarettes. A charrette is an intense design session and over 150 of you participated in one of three opportunities to work with our architect last month. Each session started with some mingling activities. Images were posted around the social hall illustrating design features – […]
Who would’ve ever thought that there’d come a time when religious liberals would be looking to set a firmer boundary around truth? Whether on social media or over coffee with friends – we have to admit, many of us can get obsessed with asserting exactly where the lines are between what is true, and what is not. Our religious ancestors […]
by Kristen Psaki, Ministerial Resident One of my favorite ways to describe a minister is as a storyteller. Humans are a storytelling animal, after all. We think and learn and share and grow in and through stories. The story I shared with loved ones a few weeks after joining the ministry team last August was […]