Speaker: Scott Youmans

Love Liberates Change

As we journey from the comforting embrace of settled ministry to the unfolding path of interim ministry and then a new settled minister, we are invited to discover the guiding force of Love in this liminal space. Inspired by timeless tales and contemporary frameworks, we … read more.

An Invitation to Liberation

As we come to the end of Women’s History month, we hear from our Black Unitarian ancestor, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. We’ll consider what liberation means in a UU context, and Jen Simon, minister to the Mountain Top Black, Indigenous, and People of Color UU community, … read more.

Healing Our Embodied Stories

Limiting beliefs can keep us out of relationship with ourselves and others. As part of our faith’s commitment to compassion in human relations, join us as we share healing stories about transforming these beliefs. We will also touch on the recent Action of Immediate Witness … read more.

The Wholeness of Our Living Experience

Modern Unitarian Universalism is the result of two denominations (Unitarians, and Universalists) merging in 1961. What can we glean by holding up both sides of this heritage simultaneously, and in dialogue with each other?

“Meeting and Merging in Song”, Scott Youmans:


“Approaching Wholeness … read more.