Will Hornyak, “Fool’s Gold!”
In Honor of April Fool’s Day, storyteller Will Hornyak shares stories and poems that reveal the wisdom and spiritual value in the character of the fool and the art of foolishness. Will weaves together traditional myths, fairytales and fables to reveal insights for contemporary life … read more.
This month’s theme is “Trust & Regeneration”
As Martin Buber wrote, human beings are promise making, promise-keeping, promise-breaking, and promise-renewing creatures. We evoke trust, fulfill it, betray it, and then seek to make amends. The making of amends is regeneration. It encourages us to take the risk of trust again, which is always risky business. Still, we are wise to trust the process that renews both promises and trust. However difficult trusting can be, perpetual distrust is a wasteland where Spring never comes and hope never blooms. The traditional emblem displayed in all Transylvanian Unitarian churches features a dove encircled by a serpent. It admonishes us to “be as wise as serpents and as innocent as doves.” May we trust wisely and well.
15 Apr 23
In-Person Worship – What to Expect
MCUUF offers in-person worship services the second, third and fourth Sundays of the month. We hope you’ll attend if you are
- Up to date for COVID vaccinations, including boosters, if you are eligible
- Willing to sign-in for possible contact tracing
- Willing to use hand sanitizer when you arrive
- Masks are optional, but still highly recommended to protect the most vulnerable among us