Some 90 days ago, as the world gathered together to ring in a new year full of promise and prospect, not many of us could have guessed the current state of our world today. Yet, here we are; doing our best … read more.
Speaker: Amanda Schuber
“Worship”, can mean different things for different people. This week we look at the history, purpose and promise of worship in a Unitarian Universalist setting.
We’ve all found ourselves from time to time, standing at a crossroads, pressed to figure out which way to go. Often, these choices are made under duress, where self-doubt creeps into our thoughts, making even simple decisions seem like climbing a mountain. This week, … read more.
Then, Now, and Beyond
If you turn on any news channel or log into social media, you could find numerous reasons to think that we are living in dark and dangerous times. In his book Enlightenment Now, psychologist Steven Pinker presents a … read more.
The Mental Health Crisis in America
Based on a story by Leo Tolstoy, this Sunday we explore questions that we’ve all had at one time or another: When is the best time to do things? Who is the most important one? What is the right thing to do? … read more.
A tradition in many Unitarian Universalist congregations, including ours, is a ritual to bid farewell to the old year and release what we prefer not to carry with us into the new year. At this halfway point in our church year, we recognize the celebration … read more.
‘Tis the season of family, ritual, and tradition, a season filled with joy and laughter, except when it isn’t. The holiday season can hold some difficult memories for some of us, and for others, memories are fading. In this time of gatherings and merriment, how do … read more.
All these years later, and we are still acknowledging National Coming Out Day… but why? Equality on many fronts has been won, and the LGBTQI community is more visible than ever. But how far have we really come, and how far do we have yet … read more.
Muscle memory is a funny thing; it allows our bodies to move through our world without our minds necessarily being present. Our bodies will always take the path of least resistance, and our minds generally will, too. How do we as a people of faith … read more.