As Unitarian Universalists, we are on a free and responsible search for truth and meaning, and as part of this search we attempt to experience that mystery which renews our spirit and opens us to life. Is there room in our responsible search for this … read more.
Speaker: Scott Youmans
Is This World Enough? Thomas Christopher, leader, Scott Youmans, service associate. Humanism denies the existence of a supernatural realm. Humanists get asked: “Why would you be moral? How can you face death? How can you live without hope for something more? And what about God? How can this be a religious position?” These are good questions. How do we affirm that this life in this world is enough?
Join us as we bless, honor, and say goodbye to De Anna Hoyle, our Interim Director of School of the Spirit, with words, songs, and gifts of gratitude. In addition, we’ll get to experience a powerful communal service experience by streaming UUA President, Rev. Susan … read more.
In the Great Cycle of Life, people come into our lives and go out of our lives. Join us for Rev. Ruth’s final sermon, as she says goodbye and offers a glimpse of her next ministry. Rev. Ruth preaching; Scott Youmans, Service Associate.
“Bouquet of … read more.
How do we persevere in the face of discrimination and oppression? Using women’s experiences during the suffrage movement and from their struggles today, we’ll apply a UU lens in exploring how we might persevere today.
“Women’s Rights Through History”
“Meditation”, Scott … read more.
Bryan Stevenson tells us that “hopelessness is the enemy of justice.” It is literally our responsibility in these times to stay hopeful. Where do we turn when our hearts are broken again and again? How do we sustain ourselves? Dear ones, come join us … read more.
It’s about you and me. Join us for a powerful service, with guest healer/poet/racial justice facilitator, Norma Johnson, and musician and peace activist, Dexter Payne. Their offering will take us on a creative journey of Race, to delve into its persistent everydayness in our racialized society.
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The ideals in our sixth principle are at the heart of many secular movements and faithful traditions, and yet they elude us. Using our relationships as guides, let’s explore how a worldcentric perspective could help us approach the ideal of world community.
Come explore UU Principle #7: Respect for the Interdependent Web of All Existence of Which We Are a Part.
“The Large and Small of it,” by Bruce Martin.