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What is the Significance of the Chalice?

(A pamphlet by Susan J. Ritchie) The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Most Unitarian Universalist congregations begin their worship on Sunday mornings by lighting one in the form of a lamp or candle. cradled within a wide-lipped vessel. But you will also find them out in the world, sometimes as three- dimensional objects, […]

January Jeopardy!: What Is?

Answer all three questions correctly (and quickly) for monthly prizes!  This month’s winners will receive $5 Starbucks gift cards. Submit your answers to admin@lakeshoreunitarian.org to enter! Please note: the first three people that submit the correct three answers will win this month’s prizes. Where is the January Dine Around the World dinner located? Which board member is highlighted in January’s Who […]

December Jeopardy!: What is?

Answer all three questions correctly (and quickly) for monthly prizes!  This month’s winners will receive $5 Starbucks gift cards. Submit your answers to admin@lakeshoreunitarian.org to enter! Please note: the first three people that submit the correct three answers will win this month’s prizes. Name three famous Unitarian Universalists? Please list one interesting fact you learned from our Who […]

What Do Unitarian Universalists Believe about God?

Unitarian Universalists have many ways of naming what is sacred. Some believe in a God; some don’t believe in a God. Some believe in a sacred force at work in the world, and call it “love,” “mystery,” “source of all” or “spirit of life.” We are thousands of individuals of all ages, each influenced by […]

October Religious Explorations Update

This October we continue exploring our Unitarian identity through the lenses of the seven principles. By having a solid working knowledge of the principles, we can apply them to the foundational stories of the Bible. For example, what principles do you see in the story of Noah and the Ark? What about the story of […]