The UU goal of “World community with peace, liberty and justice for all” is a wonderful principle – especially now. However, like ending racism, homelessness, and child abuse it is pragmatically unrealistic. This sermon will explore the evolution and genetics of peace and violence and it will make more balanced and realistic observations about how […]
Janine Larsen, WUUC member and a past president, will share some of what she has learned from her Zen Buddhist practice about responding to what life brings us. Janine has also been a member of the UUA’s Congregational Life Staff serving the Pacific Western Region for the past 11 years. During her recent sabbatical leave, […]
We like to say that we are in community with one another, but what does that really look like? How do we, as a faith tradition, reconcile our individuality with our need to be in connection with others? Scott Harris is a member of East Shore Unitarian Church in Bellevue, WA and is completing his […]
An exploration of the complexity of what it means to be a father and what it means to be in relationship with a father. Rev. Lois also speaks to the tragic shootings at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Transitions service and Bridging Ceremony for our Seniors.
“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…” wrote Elizabeth Barrett Browning. How many kinds of love are there?
Gratitude wisdom and practice from the Jewish tradition.
– Chuck Bean One man’s journey through “family.” As I’ve grown from infant to great grandfather, family has played many roles throughout my life, continually shaping and enriching my life in subtle and not so subtle ways. As I recount the major influences my family has had on the person I’ve become, perhaps you will […]