Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

Leap of Faith

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

Rev. Christina will share with us the sermon that she preached when the Ministerial Search Committee first interviewed her over a year ago. Learn how a single flying trapeze class informed her understanding of our Unitarian Universalist faith and ministry.

Flower Communion 2018

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
with Kim Hartman, Director of Religious Education

Bring a flower (or several) to share, as we celebrate our annual Unitarian Universalist tradition of Flower Communion, and learn more about the powerful history of this festival of diversity.

Expect the Unexpected

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy This Easter falls on April Fool’s Day, so let’s contemplate the power of “the unexpected,” and how we can use the surprising messages of Easter in our own lives.

Fellowship of Our Dreams

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

Join us for a fun and meaningful all-ages service! Using the story of the Big Orange Splot, we will explore our individual and collective visions for the future of the Fellowship, and what happens when our intentions and dreams get foiled by others! There will be an exciting surprise… Don’t miss it!

Darwin Sunday: Demotion from the Center of the Universe

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

February 12th is the 209th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth, and today we celebrate the legacy he contributed to– demoting humanity from the center of the universe! People have lamented that demotion (and others) for centuries. Come find out why it’s a wonderful thing!

What Would Francis David Do?

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

WWFDD? What would Francis David do? This Sunday we’ll celebrate the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda– the Transylvanian law of toleration that was enacted by the Unitarian King John Sigismund, inspired by his court preacher the Unitarian Francis David. The law, passed in 1568.

What Does Your Soul Magnify?

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
with a reflection by Leah Thibodeau, Worship Leader

Magnificat – This song in the Christian Bible is from Mary, the mother of Jesus, as she contemplates her pregnancy and the child she will bring into the world. Hers is a song of hope. What hope can we find in this season?

Tell Them I Said Yes to Life

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

As we head toward the “holiday season” when families will likely be spending more time with each other, let’s spend some time exploring ways to have meaningful conversations about life and end-of-life. These conversations are hard, but they don’t need to be painful. What does our faith say about the ways we face life, and death, with love?

The Walking Dead

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

The earliest zombie movie was called “White Zombie,” starring actor Bela Lugosi. While over 80 years old, it still holds powerful opportunity for reflection, especially on the powers that control our lives without our consent. What would it mean to “wake up” with awareness of those controlling powers, and regain autonomy over our lives?

Exorcising Evil

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy

Welcome to our first Sunday of the “Monster Month!” Each weekend we’ll explore different traditional “monsters” and how to face these monsters with courage. This week: Demons & Devils! These creatures exist in many world mythologies. What’s a UU to do with the idea of demons and devils? Are there ways in which this mythology rings true in the ways we face those things which have a negative hold on our lives, and how might we “exorcise” them?