The Epic of Gilgamesh was written on clay tablets at least 1500 years before Homer composed the Iliad and the Odyssey. It's one of the oldest stories in the world, yet its insights into human mortality and human nature remain fresh enough to inspire a sci-fi story set thousands of years from today! (Cue the theme from Star Trek…). Service led by Rev. Craig Moro.
For 26 years, Oregon Tradeswomen has been supporting women in nontraditional occupations that allow them to earn higher wages and provide financial security for themselves and their families. With an average entering the program wage of $12,600/year, our no cost training and job placement builds confidence and skills that allow women to increase their annual pay many times over.
While recovering from the death of his beloved son Ibrahim, the Prophet Muhammad gave his followers some advice on how to live. I will share that advice this morning—along with a Zen painting and some wisdom from my Italian relatives. Service led by Rev. Craig Moro.
Come join our intergenerational service celebrating this historic Unitarian ritual of spring. Bring a flower from your garden, a nearby field, or the local market, and see what a beautiful bouquet we can make. Service led by Wy’east members.
What good can we make of the bad things that we find in our paths? And what about when bad things “find” us, in the worst sort of way? Here’s one creative response. I hope it leads to others! Service led by Rev. Craig Moro.
The Pacific Western Region UUA Assembly is not only in Portland this year but is meeting in our part of town! The Sunday Worship Service is open to the public; and rather than holding our own Worship Service we are taking a field trip to the Assembly. What a wonderful opportunity to connect with UU’s from across the region!
Stand up and sing as we celebrate the planet in this Earth Day service filled with both song and verse. Our Wy’east Choir, our Children and members of our Poetry Circle have some wonderful things to share. Come celebrate with us.
Taxes are due two days from now, when we’ll have to show some complete strangers some very detailed numbers—strangers who care nothing for the blood, sweat, tears, or stories that lie behind them. No wonder some folks feel frustrated! This morning I’ll share the story of one very frustrated person as we reflect on the taxation process that we use to keep things running. Sermon by Rev. Craig Moro.
Miracles—wonders—happen every moment. Today we explore the miracle of human beauty in some places we may least expect to find it. Service led by Rev. Catharine Clarenbach, an affiliated minister with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, GA.
This year Easter falls on April Fool’s Day. What a coincidence to have one of the most serious of holidays occur right along with one of the silliest! But is there a humorous side to Easter that we haven’t noticed before? Bugs Bunny will join Jesus today for a song and dance that I hope we’ll all enjoy! Sermon by Rev. Craig Moro.