West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church
The Power of Remembering

The Power of Remembering

May 26, 2019

by Reverend Patricia Hart and

Maura Garin

Worship Associate

On this Memorial Day Sunday, we will tell stories of communities living out their promises to remember the gifts of those who have died, long into the future. The service ceremony will conclude with a brief dedication of the now-complete Memorial Garden and a reception in the Courtyard for everyone.

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The Power of Remembering - sermon only

The Power of Remembering - sermon only

May 26, 2019

by Reverend Patricia Hart and

Maura Garin

Worship Associate

On this Memorial Day Sunday, we will tell stories of communities living out their promises to remember the gifts of those who have died, long into the future. The service ceremony will conclude with a brief dedication of the now-complete Memorial Garden and a reception in the Courtyard for everyone.

Living the Tradition - sermon only

Living the Tradition - sermon only

May 19, 2019

Reverend Anthony David Makar and

Michael Miller

Worship Associate

Unitarian Universalists speak of their faith as a “living tradition.” We see that language on what might be the most popular and used book in our congregations, our hymnal entitled, “ Singing the Living Tradition.” But what is the story of our Tradition that Lives? Join Rev. Makar for an inspiring and uplifting message about who we are in the world and who we aspire to be. Immediately following the service, please plan to attend the Congregational Meeting. This will be a two-part meeting. The first part will be our Annual Meeting to elect the new Board of Trustees and Nominating Committee members. The second part will be a special congregational meeting on calling Rev. Anthony Makar as our NEW Senior Minister.

Thursdays @ West Shore

Thursdays @ West Shore

May 16, 2019

by Barbara Walker with

Special Guest

Reverend Anthony Makar

Why I am PROUD to be a Unitarian Universalist

Why I am PROUD to be a Unitarian Universalist

May 12, 2019

by Reverend Anthony Makar and

Marty Blachly-Cross

Worship Associate

Each of us has a story about how we discovered Unitarian Universalism and why we have chosen it as our religious path. It reflects a unique combination of people, circumstances, and personal needs and hopes. Timing is also important. West Shore's Candidate for Senior Minister, Rev. Makar, shares some of the stories of why he’s a Unitarian Universalist, what it means to him, why he's so grateful for it. Come see how his story might speak to your own!

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Why I am PROUD to be a Unitarian Universalist  - sermon only

Why I am PROUD to be a Unitarian Universalist - sermon only

May 12, 2019

by Reverend Anthony Makar and

Marty Blachly-Cross

Worship Associate

Each of us has a story about how we discovered Unitarian Universalism and why we have chosen it as our religious path. It reflects a unique combination of people, circumstances, and personal needs and hopes. Timing is also important. West Shore's Candidate for Senior Minister, Rev. Makar, shares some of the stories of why he’s a Unitarian Universalist, what it means to him, why he's so grateful for it. Come see how his story might speak to your own!

Keeping The Republic

Keeping The Republic

May 5, 2019

by Reverend Patricia Hart and

Gerry Meader

Worship Associate

“Rebellion against tyrants is obedience to God.” These words, spoken by Benjamin Franklin, speak volumes about the political ideas that shaped our country and the religious convictions that would become Unitarianism. There are many points in history when those two movements converged. To some extent, they still do.

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Keeping The Republic - sermon only

Keeping The Republic - sermon only

May 5, 2019

by Reverend Patricia Hart and

Gerry Meader

Worship Associate

“Rebellion against tyrants is obedience to God.” These words, spoken by Benjamin Franklin, speak volumes about the political ideas that shaped our country and the religious convictions that would become Unitarianism. There are many points in history when those two movements converged. To some extent, they still do.