Our beloved country, with all its promise and all its failings, is now one election away from slipping into autocracy; an election that many of us feel will lead to a higher road for the future or a much lower one. How did we get … read more.
Topic: Justice & Equity
In World War II, the US faced acute labor shortages. Yet, our country already had the powerful human resources it needed…but we didn’t know it at first. Creative thinking, flexible mindsets, and embracing change helped the US re-imagine who could meet the need for a … read more.
In a time where discrimination and inequality around gender and reproductive rights grow, how can we only grow stronger, grow louder. The concept of body-autonomy is embedded in many of our values and principles as Unitarian Universalists, and is expressed in our support of comprehensive … read more.
In the Japanese art of Kintsugi, broken pottery is mended with gold. Rather than seeing brokenness as the end of an object’s usefulness, it highlights a critical moment in that object’s history. Like pottery mended with gold, our moments of breaking are not the end … read more.
Led by Rev. Teri Schwartz and Service Associate Scott Youmans