As we honor Memorial Day this weekend, people across our country take time to engage in rituals of public grief and remembrance. As the national and global death toll of COVID-19 climbs, those who’ve lost loved ones yearn for public rituals to honor those dying … read more.
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Happy Imperfect Mother’s Day! Mothers are imperfect. All parents, all people are imperfect. Our families and communities are imperfect. Our whole world is especially imperfect right now. How do we love and bless all this imperfection? Today is another chance to embrace the messy journey … read more.
The acclaimed writer Arundhati Roy has written of the pandemic as a portal from one world the next. As orders to shelter in place are extended again, many of us are trying to sift through the tea leaves for a glimpse at the world to … read more.
Surrender can be a challenging word, perhaps especially for Unitarian Universalists. As we honor the holy month of Ramadan beginning this week, what can we learn from Islam’s powerful wisdom about this word at the heart of the tradition? As we are asked to surrender … read more.
Friedrich Schleiermacher was a 19th century German theologian who is largely viewed as the father of modern liberal theology—that is to say theology that roots itself in something other than creed and dogma. Contemporary UU theologian Thandeka finds answers to the critiques of Schleiermacher’s “Affekt … read more.
This month we explore what it means to be a people of Wisdom through a sermon series reflecting on the wisdom of four facets of our being: Body, Heart, Mind and Spirit. To begin, we ask what wisdom has your body shared with you lately? … read more.
We celebrate the role of our community in our lives this week as we kick off our stewardship campaign and conclude our month exploring resilience. What gifts have we received from being a part of this congregation? What gifts do we hope to leave for … read more.