Join us for a very special Flower Communion service with Rev. Leslie Mills! In this tradition crafted by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek nearly 100 years ago in Czechoslovakia, each person brings a flower to the service, and then leaves with a flower different from the … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Leslie Mills
At the UU Building in La Crosse (and on Zoom), Rev. Leslie Mills will lead a service.
For those attending the UU Camping Weekend, Jon Thometz will lead a talk at Wyalusing State Park.
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Join us for the kickoff to our UU La Crosse Earth Week! Our Social and Environmental Justice Team has organized several opportunities for us to engage with environmental practices in our community. Let’s explore how this work ties into our Unitarian Universalist theology and values.
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When we engage in the work of social justice, we can easily become overwhelmed and burned out at the sheer magnitude of need in this hurting world. How do we maintain a sense of balance so we can stay committed to this important spiritual practice? … read more.
As the world’s tensions escalate, we may be wondering how we got here. In the work of justice, we can look to the marginalized communities for hints about what issues will become the central focus in years ahead. When we don’t address those issues systemically, … read more.
“With great power comes great responsibility.” This iconic phrase has inspired generations of superhero fans. How might we explore this theme during Black History Month? What does the history of Black superheroes tell us about current social issues?
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As we approach the second anniversary of the pandemic lockdown, we continue to straddle the gap between where we are and where we want to be. In what ways are we able to find renewal, when the world still hasn’t reached the “new normal” we … read more.
We are at a turning point as a nation in understanding how whiteness plays a role in our attempts at racial justice. On this MLK weekend, we have a chance to look back at King’s message, but we also have an additional 50 years’ worth … read more.
A Christmas Eve service and gathering will take place outdoors from 4-6pm in the UU parking lot, so bundle up and come for some warm holiday cheer! Thank you to all the people who responded so generously to the requests for ideas. For those who … read more.
Unitarian Universalism draws on many sources in the holiday season, but all too often our rational minds struggle with the magic in the stories. But it doesn’t take a belief in the supernatural to allow ourselves to feel the awe that transcends time and culture. … read more.