Why is money so hard to talk about? Let’s celebrate Stewardship Sunday with real talk about the challenge of holding onto our integrity around money in our society. What helps us to live a financial life in full alignment with our values?
Speaker: Rev. Marcus Hartlief
As the rate of technological advance skyrockets, people in our country report more overwhelm and anxiety in their lives than ever. How do we balance the benefits technology offers with the needs of the human spirit?
“Leap, and the Net Will Appear,” instructs a card I kept on my desk for years. As the trapeze artist lets go again and again in order to grab the next ring, life demands we each let go of what we love, over and over. … read more.
I told you last month that I don’t know what love is. Someone challenged me after, suspecting that I knew more than I was letting on. Perhaps its more like what Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart said about a certain taboo subject: I don’t know … read more.
Why is change so hard? What is it that enables us to take the risks worth taking? And how are South Indian monkey trappers, 16th century Unitarian Francis David, the standard railway gauge, and our hymnals connected?
If you’ve ever served on a committee here, or taken an RE class, or joined a small group, chances are you’ve made a covenant. We are practiced at naming our intentions, our high hopes for how we will be with one another. But what happens … read more.
“We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality,” preached Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, and we are still coming to understand the depth of truth in his words. How does the radical understanding of interdependence that we are coming to know as truth impact … read more.
Unitarian Universalists celebrate that we are held together by covenant not creed—we share values and ways of being together, not a set of unchanging beliefs. But there is another, more elusive, element of covenant. The bright burning ember of common purpose. The pull of a … read more.