Speaker: Rev. Leslie Mills

“The Fruits of Our Roots”

Did you know that since 2013, Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism has been promoting an 8th Principle to be added to our current seven? But this 8th Principle didn’t come out of nowhere. Let’s explore the history that brought us here, so we might understand … read more.

“Building the Beloved Community”

Dr. King wrote, “Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives.” He spoke frequently of Beloved Community, a dream rooted in liberation theology, mercy, and radical … read more.

Bringing the Light

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are balanced on the cusp of the Winter Solstice — sometimes called the Longest Night. It is the deepest darkness of the year, a time when we are being cooked in the “cauldron of life,” in the Celtic tradition, … read more.

The Book of Kindness

Many of us struggle at this time of year, when the days grow shorter and the cold sets in, but this year has particular challenges. We will be looking at the struggles we are facing and holding space for the extra pressure that puts on … read more.

Gather ‘Round the Welcome Table

As a faith tradition, Unitarian Universalists often pride ourselves on being inclusive, and there are many historical examples where that has been the case. However, there are also places in our history where we’ve fallen far short of that aspiration. What does it mean to … read more.

What Now?

The election is over, hallelujah. But the wounds that have divided our country are far from healed. Given what is happening this week and in the months to come, what do we do now? Join us for a reflective service to help heal this hurting … read more.

Know Your Place

When it comes to racial justice, what does it mean to “know your place?” Some see it as a phrase with an oppressive and violent racially-charged history. Others seek to know their place so they might be better engaged and connected in the work of … read more.

The Seven Principles

In Unitarian Universalism, we have Seven Principles that form a covenant — or sacred agreement — about how we will strive to be together and work to build the Beloved Community. But did you know that the field of economics has seven principles as well? … read more.

Drawing Closer, Falling Away

As our planet tips on its axis to balance between night and day, this is a season to reflect on the balance in our own lives. Drawing wisdom from the autumnal equinox and the Jewish High Holy Days, we will take a Unitarian Universalist look … read more.