January 6 10:00 a.m. The Island School With a UUA Representative and Mike Cox, Worship Associate What do you put into the category of “minister”? Do you think of a young, black-skinned, gender-queer person in a wheel-chair? Today we will look at the ways our thinking about professional UU ministry limit us all as UUs.
Our traditional Christmas Eve service was enjoyed by members, friends, and family guests this week in Webster Hall. The service centered on the sharing of candlelight with an accompanying homily by Rev. Perchlik, and included music by our own Cedars choir and Synergy choral group as well as a special musical performance by Lois McClellen
Saturday, January 19 3:00 p.m. The Island School As previously announced, Cedars member and former Board President and Worship Associate Jessica Star Rockers will be ordained into UU ministry by our Cedars congregation in the afternoon of Saturday, January 19. All members and friends of Cedars Unitarian Universalist Church are invited to attend this significant event and we
THINK OF A MINISTER. DON’T THINK OF AN ELEPHANT. Chances are you thought of both. And distinct images perhaps came to mind. In terms of a minister, what images came to mind? Was it a person of a particular gender, race, or age? Congregations often assume that their ideal minister will look a certain way,
Rev. Barry Andrews (speaking on Sunday, December 30) is a retired UU minister emeritus, an internationally recognized and honored Transcendentalist scholar and author, and an active member of Cedars. In his own words, he says: “I write and teach not as a theologian or academic, but as a minister and spiritual seeker within the Unitarian Universalist