Next Sunday’s Service
Sunday Morning Services
Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanley
The Rev. Nathan Woodliff Stanley returns to our virtual pulpit to preach once each month. You can watch Rev. Nathan's most recent service here on Facebook. You can also meet Rev. Nathan via Zoom in his monthly evening spiritual group. You will find the schedule for both Sunday morning and evening services in "Upcoming Events" directly below this paragraph.
Social Justice at TRUU
|TRUU works with Extended Table and we participate in the Mountain Voices Project. We have used our parsonage to provide sanctuary and stand in solidarity with other UU churches in the sanctuary movement. We also participate in campaigns of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the UU Service Committee.|
- UU volunteers supported safe, accessible, fair voting on Election Day December 1, 2020Elaine McArdle Unitarian Universalists monitored polls, practiced de-escalation, and offered water, masks, and music to people waiting to vote.
- An unshakeable desire November 17, 2020Elaine McArdle Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout’s music ministry.
- Media roundup: Religious responses to Election Day, and more November 16, 2020Sonja L. Cohen, Christopher L. Walton UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray ‘incredibly buoyed’ by turnout; in other news, organ donors celebrated in Michigan, UU banners vandalized in Florida.
- January Spirituality Discussion Group at 7:30pm on Zoom 01/27/2021
- This Wednesday, our Spirituality Discussion Group will focus on Buddhist Spirituality in daily life, particularly drawing from the writings of Pema Chodron. Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanley leads a virtual Spirituality Discussion Group [...]
- Climate Service - Guest Speaker Will Hodges of 350 Colorado 01/31/2021
- TRUU's social justice chair, Will Hodges, who works for 350 Colorado, shares his personal "climate story." Our climate service coincides with the United States' move to rejoin the Paris Climate [...]
- Fellowship Sunday led by Susan Cashel 02/07/2021
- Join us for a Fellowship Service, led by Susan Cashel this Sunday at 10 am in the Community Room at Third Street Center in Carbondale. Our popular and participatory fellowship [...]
Why I Like TRUU…
Having been raised with no particular spiritual upbringing, I am grateful to have found this place where people are building a beloved community of compassion, justice and acceptance, both here and in the wider world. I love and am grateful to this congregation for the many ways in which it encourages me to develop spiritually; to hold sacred the human bonds which sometimes challenge us, to search for truth and meaning in a free and responsible way, to respect and celebrate the differences in those whose opinions don’t match my own, and to deepen my own understanding of the transcendent.