As another tragedy strikes us “close to home”, we’ll reflect on what “close to home” means to each of us, and find strength and resilience in our spiritual “home.”
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.
This Sunday we’ll reflect on our commitment to immigration justice. Sarah Jackson, the Director of Casa de Paz, will be joining us after the service to answer questions.
As Rev. Lydia is sent off for sabbatical to rest and replenish her spirit, we, as members and friends of the Fellowship, still have much loving work to do. This Sunday we will explore what it means to be a free church, our congregational polity, … read more.