This sermon is an invitation and education about recent events at the UUA as well as an exploration of terms such as “white supremacy” and “white privilege.” This is not about guilt, shame or blame but looking to ways we can move forward in our understanding of the racialized landscape of our culture and denomination. […]
Writings from the famous and not so famous share their thoughts on mothers.
These have been hard months politically, culturally, and spiritually. It is time for that which is life affirming and joyous within in each of us to be “resurrected.” Come celebrate joy through words and music.
A story of rest, renewal, reverence and transformation.
What is this season really about? Is it about presents? Or “presence”?
A few years ago, the congregation created a document that articulated the WUUC story as “Empowered Together.” How does that story lead us into Beloved Community?
How does a divided nation move forward? Can healing occur? How did we get to this place? Now what?
Many religious traditions have defining stories. What is the defining UU story? Where did it come from and where is it going?