As part of our April 9 Easter celebration, we joyfully blessed nine babies with a ritual and a promise to support them as their community for their whole lives. We […]
Gender Fluent Series Introduction
As Unitarian Universalists, we proclaim that all genders are sacred and all people are worthy of love and belonging. But living that commitment requires us to learn, unlearn, and deepen our practice of true radical inclusiveness.
Life/Changing: Fall Series Invitation
After experiencing so many changes, we are ready to slow down, and settle in. Regain a sense of predictability, and routine. We are not wired for so much in-between. And […]
In Case of Emergency: A letter from Rev. Gretchen
Dear ones, If you were present in the building for services this past Sunday, you may have noticed a flurry of activity in the entrance area during the sermon, […]
Flower Communion 2022: More Than You Know
Every person contains contradictions and complexities beyond what you might ever imagine. Even you. There are parts of ourselves that lay dormant or emerge at different stages of our lives […]
Invitation to Regeneration
It’s been a pretty rough stretch these last few months. The war and devastation in Ukraine, the rise of anti-LGBTQ legislation and rhetoric, the worsening news of our climate – […]
Living with Ghosts
The school board election this week – and the long months preceding it – reminded us again just how difficult it has become to talk to one another when we disagree. […]
Halloween Weekend 2021 🎃
This weekend at Foothills is full of fun, reflection, remembering, and more! Here’s the schedule: Saturday, October 30th Join us SATURDAY, October 30th, for a morning of Halloween stories, ritual, music, and […]
Good News: UU Messages of Hope for Today (worship series)
Over the next six Sundays we’ve invited Unitarian Universalist colleagues from all across the country to share their UU message of good news for today. Each of our colleagues responded to this invitation in their own way, locating hope in a different source, and yet still grounded in the living tradition of Unitarian Universalism.
Thoughts on “Re-Opening”
It’s been a difficult week of news. We crossed the grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID19, and stories of racialized violence and injustice echo across the country. None of this is a surprise, exactly. But that doesn’t make it any less devastating, or wrong.