April 1, 2018

Easter: A Surging of Power
Rev. Deborah Cayer, worship leader

This morning we celebrate the power of new life, even after the darkest times, with readings, stories and music.  Our sources are the Christian tradition, and the wisdom of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who was killed 50 years ago this April 4.  What surging power enables us to move forward with love?  We end the service with the Hallelujah Chorus for All.

Bring a flower this morning to add to our common bouquets.  Later in the service we’ll each choose a different flower; this is an affirmation that in community we each have unique gifts to give and receive from one another.

March 25, 2018

Spring Music Service

Guest artist and scholar Dr Raymond Wise conducts our combined choirs as we explore gospel music’s long history in sustaining Black lives. Rev. Nan L. White, UU guest minister who holds degrees in music as well as ministry, will lead the worship service with Dr. Kevin Badanes.

March 18, 2018

Left to Our Own Devices 
 Rev. Cayer, Worship  leader 

This morning we’ll look at the ways we use social media personally and socially for better or worse, and consider how we might tip the balance toward the common good.   Jim McCrae, Worship Associate.  Avante will perform special music.


March 11, 2018

Stewards of Love: What Will We Bring to the Table? 
Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz, Guest Preacher.

River Folk provide the morning's special music.

Our UU tradition tells us that life and love are abundant, and most of the time we recognize that we have been abundantly blessed. Through storytelling and exploring images ancient and modern, the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem will examine what calls us to be stewards of our living tradition. 

March 4, 2018

Stewards of Self  
Rev. Deborah Cayer, worship leader.

 This morning's guest musicians are Beats in the Bones, a local women's a capella group. With drums. 

What is self care? Is it a spa date that leaves us looking really good and totally focused on our self? How might self care help us go beyond the limits of our small self so we can serve others well? 


February 25, 2018

Stewards of Justice
Rev. Deborah Cayer, worship leader.

Paul Baerman, guest musician.

A wise steward is one who not only takes care of someone else's treasure - they care for it so well that the treasure increases. What if we approached our Justice work as stewards? What is in our care? What's the best way to make it increase? 


February 18, 2018

Investing in Community
Rev. Deborah Cayer, worship leader.

Special Music by the Beloved Community Chorus.

What’s the return on investment in this spiritual community?  How about Joy, Confidence, Meaning, Hope, a sense of Belonging just to start? 

February 11, 2018

Dream a World
Rev. Jacqueline Brett, worship leader

What does it mean to cast a vision of justice for all people, all beings, our earth? And if none of us are free until all of us are free, what will freedom look like when it comes? 

February 4, 2018

Nevertheless, She Persisted
Rev. Deborah Cayer, worship leader

It’s been both an agonizing and amazing year for women. This morning we lift up stories, including Tarana Burke’s, the African American woman who started #MeToo more than 10 years ago.

January 28, 2018

Tender Values in a Tough World
Rev. Jay Abernathy, guest preacher.

Trilight (Kristi Chilton, Pam DiLavore, Nancy Powell) provides the morning’s music.

January 21, 2018

The Fullness of Universalism
Rev. Deborah Cayer, worship leader.

The Eno River Singers create this morning’s special music.

Universalism has a big promise: that all belong, all are worthy of inclusion and salvation. It’s no small offer, so how on earth do we even begin to live into this promise?


January 14, 2018

Martin Luther King Service
Rev. Jaqueline Brett, worship leader

The Beloved Community Chorus leads singing and offers special music.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the most purpose-driven people of the 20th century. This Sunday we will explore how his sense of intentionality and action changed our world, and how we might embrace this for our lives and times today.