Our congregation gathers on this Sunday following Thanksgiving to share our ideas on being grateful. We are collecting stories of gratitude and words of thanks. Our many voices will come together to say “Thank you”
What does it mean to be white? What does it mean to have white racial identity- especially following the presidential election in which white nationalism and white supremacy suddenly became household words? How are we to speak to the realities of white privilege with courage and clarity in a world so suddenly topsy turvy? Join […]
Today, in this post-election day service, we look at the concept of service. Service to others is a central theme of the spiritual journey and now more than ever, service becomes an imperative. How will we navigate the months ahead, working together to counter the narrative of hate and racism? Come join together on this […]
Our fifth Unitarian Universalist principle has two parts: The right of conscience and the use of the Democratic process. On the eve of a national election, seems to me appropriate to reflect on the latter. But, of course, you can’t have one without the other. Of course.