Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
In the 1870s, the American Unitarian Association (AUA) accepted an invitation from the Federal government to have Protestant congregations take over the management of American Indian reservations and agencies. The hope was to cut down on government corruption while still trying to ‘civilize’ the Indians. … read more.
We begin the month on the theme of Courage as the Jewish community celebrates their most holy days of the year. Within Judaism, repentance and returning to right relationship mark these days that begin their New Year. Perhaps the most courageous words any of us … read more.
Our Welcome Words proclaim our highest ideals for being the beloved community. Yet, we live them imperfectly. In this service, we explore the concept of ‘preemptive radical inclusion’ — imagining that ‘everyone is already, and always, in the room’, and reflecting ahead of time about … read more.
Annual Homecoming and Water Ceremony! As we gather together for a new program year at the Fellowship, we celebrate the properties of water — how it flows, cleanses, and shapes its environment. What do we need now to flow as a community?
On this Labor Day Weekend, we’ll look at the labor movement and the power of ‘we’. Rev. Lydia and Service Associate Linda Thornton will be joined by Geof Cahoon, President of the Boulder Area Labor Federation to celebrate the connection of the labor movement and … read more.
One of the biggest spiritual challenges of modern life is isolation and loneliness. In this service, we’ll explore the power of community and small group ministry in particular as a spiritual path for self-awareness and connection.
In the wake of Roe vs. Wade being overturned, we will explore how the struggle for reproductive justice and bodily autonomy affects each of us and what we, as UUs, are called to do in response.
We regret that there is no recording available for this … read more.
Immigration Justice is one of our Social Justice Initiatives. For over five years, the Fellowship has been an active member of Boulder County Sanctuary Coalition, whose mission is to support Ingrid Encalada with her legal case, and advocate for more humane immigration laws. Last fall, … read more.