What’s going on in Unitarian Universalism right now? Our association held its annual General Assembly in June, and there were several significant developments that are shaping the future of our living faith tradition — leaning into the work of undoing systemic white supremacy, and holding love … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Leslie Mills
First, we need flowers — fresh cut flowers from your garden, or from a field somewhere (make sure you have … read more.
It has been quite a year (or more), and so much has happened that we might struggle to find words to talk about it. But we may discover that the way we tell our stories matters — both to the people listening, and to our … read more.
Join the Social & Environmental Justice Team for a day to lift up our 7th Principle — affirming and promoting respect for the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part. There is so much happening to our planet on both a global … read more.
Easter can mean a lot of different things — it is the highest holy day in the Christian year, but it is also a celebration of the rebirth of hope when we thought all was lost. Let us explore the lessons of the season together … read more.
Spring is here! Let us find joy in the new life stirring around us, giving us encouragement after a long winter hibernation (that has lasted, perhaps, more than a single season). Together we will celebrate all the ways that the earth is calling us … read more.
It can be argued that religious community is where we come to figure out what it means to be human. But what is it that truly distinguishes us from plants and other animals? Drawing on both Eastern and Western philosophy, we will explore a few … read more.
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.
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.
From MLK to BLM, the movement for civil rights has deep roots in our human need to come together and claim our collective power for liberation. Over the years, the face of the movement has shifted from a single charismatic man to a vast network … read more.