Sunday November 29th - 9:15a and 11:00a

Fragile by Rev. Mike Morran

Wisdom can come from some unlikely sources.  This Sunday we will explore the wisdom that becomes available to you through living with mental illness. 




Standing With and Speaking Out

Thursday December 3 4:00p 

Colorado Muslim Society


Join the Multi-Faith Community in a Gathering to Cry Together and Hope Together. The need to stand up against religious discrimination - to be in solidarity in both our grief over divisive and violent ideology-- and to stand together in hope for a better way is pressing. 

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And please spread the word far and wide. 


This Week

Want to be a part of a small close-knit group discovering friendship, spirituality and growth in our UU community? The Core Circle Ministry is always looking for new members and new volunteers to facilitate these discussion groups. If you'd like to jump in, the last facilitator training of the year is coming up very soon. 

Making a Difference

Gratitude and Wisdom

​Mike Morran and I were chatting about the services on November 29 at First Unitarian.​

We spoke about lessons and skills that have been learned over a number of years of loss to cope.


A wonderful Whole Souul Living Theme, WISDOM will be our topic forthe month! A classic and Aristotelian definition of wisdom is, “The ability to do the right things, at the right time, for the right reasons.” Confucius wrote; “By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.