Speaker: Rev. Theresa Novak

There’s a Crack in Everything 📶

Perfection is something many of us have been taught to strive for.  The old adage, “If it is worth doing, it is worth doing right” is a familiar one. But is this quest for the perfect helpful or harmful?  What is the cost to our spiritual and … read more.

It’s Great to be Gay! 📶

June was Pride month, but time seems to be flowing very differently these days, so this year we are celebrating it a week later. Especially in these challenging times, it is important to lift up the fact that we are all worthy of love and … read more.

Searching for the Source 📶

Unitarian Universalism is different than many other religious traditions in part because individual Unitarian Universalists are encouraged to explore weighty theological questions for ourselves and to draw our own conclusions about what we believe about God, the nature and meaning of existence, and what happens … read more.

A Curious Faith

We all have a religious past, even those of us who did not grow up in any faith tradition. Our spiritual journeys can have many twists and turns. As travelers on that path, we can carry with us bags full of our pasts, rarely opened … read more.

A Principled Path 📶

Rev Theresa Novak is an Affiliated Minister of UUCM.

Unitarian Universalist Congregations have covenanted (promised) to affirm and promote our seven principles. How do we do that, as a congregation and as individuals? What are the challenges? Even when we try very hard, sometimes we break … read more.

Opening up the “Good Book” 📶

Although Jewish and Christian Scriptures are Unitarian Universalism’s 4th Source, many of us think of the Bible as merely something for religious fundamentalists. What is the Bible anyway? We will look at some of what Biblical scholarship can teach us about relating to the … read more.