Speaker: Rev. Barbara Threet

Easter for UUs

For Christians the world over, Easter is the Most Important Religious Celebration. For UUs, a group of people most of whom don’t believe people can be raised from the dead (even Jesus), or that the death of one person saves humanity in any way, Easter … read more.

The Quest for Truth

“Truth” seems to have become a very fluid concept in these days of “alternative facts.” And yet, there are some Truths in life. How might we find them, name them, and claim them?

Striving Toward Sustainability

There’s a lot happening at UUCGF that’s very exciting – solar panels, potlucks, groups like Aging in Place and the Nipper Club, the Building Your Own Theology class, a much cleaner basement and kitchen, and the list goes on. Our challenge, and a challenge faced … read more.

No Service This Sunday

Due to severe winter weather, this Sunday’s service has been cancelled. We look forward to seeing you next week. Stay safe and warm!

A Very Special Christmas Service

The Rev. Barbara Threet will present a special Christmas-themed service full of fun and surprise.

Our monthly pot luck lunch will follow this service! Everyone is invited to bring a dish to share.

To Be a Patriot Now

Thomas Paine wrote, “These are the times that try men’s soul”. We may be rejoicing on Nov. 18, just a few days after mid-term elections, or we may be cringing. I do believe UUs can be – must be! – strongly patriotic, but what does that mean in … read more.

Radical Hospitality

UUCGF is already a warm, friendly and interesting place. Today we’ll consider a few things we might do to make our congregation even more welcoming to newcomers, and even more enticing to those of us who have been around for a while!

Our monthly potluck lunch and Congregation … read more.

Try a Little Tenderness

There are lots of ways to love another: devotedly, diligently, efficiently, passionately, unreservedly, companionably, even resentfully or manipulatively. This Sunday we’ll explore what it means to love tenderly, with a good measure of compassion and wisdom.

An important congregational meeting will follow this service, and we need a … read more.