Ambiguity is a fact of life: often the “right” and “wrong” things to do aren’t obvious. In this service, Rev. Chris will consider ambiguity and what it means to realize we will never have all the answers.
Speaker: Rev. Chris Rothbauer
Rev. Chris Rothbauer is the second settled minister at Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
In our annual ingathering service, as we celebrate our water ritual, we will recommit to one another as we start our new congregational year!
In our second annual question box service, Rev. Chris will take your questions, big or small, and answer them! Got a question about philosophy, theology, Unitarian Universalism, or life in general? Get your answers this morning!
August 1 was traditionally celebrated by ancient European people as a festival of the harvest. As we look towards the beginning of our congregational year, what does this mean for each of us personal and for AUUF? This participatory service will encourage AUUF members to … read more.
Howard Thurman once said, “There are two questions that [a person] must ask [themselves]. The first is “Where am I going?” and the second is “Who will go with me?”” In our annual volunteer appreciation service, we will look at who we’ve been this year … read more.
Prophecy gets a bad name in our culture because of the misconception that it’s just fortunetelling. From the ancient Hebrews to modern thinkers, though, a good prophet is a person who tells the truth about systems of injustice in a way that shines a light … read more.
For five decades, environmental activist Joanna Macy has worked to show how reconnecting with our place on the planet is a prerequisite to engaging in environmental justice work. In this service, we’ll look at Macy’s Work That Reconnects and ask whether environmental activism can be … read more.
In our culture, courage is often presented as a strong person engaged in acts of justice. In this service, we’ll examine the virtue of courage and why it is a prerequisite to a life of integrity.
In our annual flower communion service, we’ll examine how, like the flowers we exchange, each of us need sunshine to blossom and grow.
In the Christian mythos, the resurrection of Jesus represented a redemption, a new beginning. In this service, we’ll look at redemption moments in our lives and how these touchpoints can bring hope.