Pulpit Guest Rev. Carole Yorke. Rev. Yorke says,” Every language in the world has a way of saying ‘thank you.’ This is because gratitude is an inherent quality that resides within each human being and is triggered spontaneously in a variety of … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Carole Yorke
Rev. Carole Yorke is a retired UU Minister
Once again this year, we will gather as the skies of Christmas Eve darken, to celebrate the music, moods and meanings of the season. Our service will end with our traditional candle lighting ceremony and the singing together of “Silent Night”…do be with us this … read more.
An Intergenerational Holiday Service of Story and Song for All Ages
On this Sunday before Christmas, our entire community will celebrate the holidays with a festive service of story and song. We will tell favorite holiday stories, sing familiar holiday carols, and celebrate the positive … read more.
Rev. Yorke writes:
My 40’s,50’s,60’s – been there, done that – distinctive decades in my spiritual journey. So how do I now face my 70’s with a new set of “rules”? What matters most? How can I engage in “Wise aging”?
In keeping with Rev. Alexander’s year-long sermon series on our Unitarian Universalist values, I will be contributing to the series by talking about “Kindness” with words from the New Testament, as well as from my five-year-old niece in New Jersey. Rev. Yorke is our UUFVB … read more.
Good religion, like a good lover, will draw out the best in you; it will call you forth into a new light where who you are and what you do, is congruent with what you believe. That’s what Unitarian Universalism asks us to do: To … read more.
If I don’t have compassion for myself I cannot have it for anyone else. Where and how can we begin to flesh out compassion for ourselves first and find and recognize ways that we can and do give it to others?
There is No Text for … read more.