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Love as Justice

In the proposed revisions of the UU Principles, the value of Justice states: We work to be diverse, multicultural beloved communities where all thrive. We covenant to dismantle racism and all forms of systemic oppression. We support the use of inclusive democratic processes to make … read more.

The Science of Generosity

The value of generosity is that it makes a significant difference in the quality of human personal and social life both for the givers and the receivers. Think about what has prompted you to give generously recently? How did the recipient respond? How did you … read more.

Love as Equity

Equality is never enough! All equality does is establish a baseline for justice. If we are to strive for Love to be active in our communities, we must do better than equality and strive for more than equality. We can only create thriving beloved communities … read more.

Love as Transformation – little things add up

The value of ‘Transformation’ invites us to be open to change and to be changed. Are we a community of transformation? How does it happen within and beyond the walls of our congregation? Led by Rev. Lydia, Paul Gibb, Maggie Kerrigan and Jean Nuttall.

Love as Pluralism

The value of Pluralism challenges us to expand the love within our community by embracing our differences and commonalities with curiosity and respect. This can be difficult. But what gifts might the value of Pluralism hold for us as we consciously live into this value? … read more.

With Love at the Center

As we begin our summer services discussing our new proposed UU shared values from the Article II Study, we will examine what they are, and what it means to put love at the center. Having Love at the center is caring, fulfilling, confusing, and as … read more.

GA Broadcast Plus

Join us today for a special LONGER SERVICE as we broadcast the UUA’s General Assembly (GA) Sunday worship: Ever Willing: Becoming the People Our World Needs. Speakers include Manish Mishra-Marzetti, Rev. Danielle DiBona, Stella Anderson, Janice Marie Johnson & Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd. The GA … read more.