In our reading last week, Luke Stevens-Royer wrote, “And regardless, I remember: the world won’t be destroyed, entirely, by this; the world won’t be saved, entirely, by this.” Wherever you are at this moment, whether you are celebrating, or grieving, or still very much … read more.
How are you feeling? How is your heart? With the election just around the corner, many of us are anxious and uncertain about what will happen next for our communities. As we prepare to live into our fifth principle, “The right of conscience and the … read more.
Across culture and religious tradition, at this time of the year people of faith honor those who have died and connect more deeply with their ancestors. In this year where we have experienced so much death and grief, we need now more than ever space … read more.
Loss and suffering are inescapable aspects of life. An additional layer of suffering is added to the initial reaction to suffering and loss as we seek to hide our suffering. By hiding our suffering and loss from others, … read more.
As we conclude our month devoted to healing, we will consider grief from the perspective of other cultures, as well as our own Unitarian Universalist culture. You are invited to bring a photo or a memento of someone whose spirit lives on within you. Between … read more.
Our theme for October is healing and the question before us is, “What does it mean to be a community of healing?” As individuals we may find ourselves, or those we love, seeking healing of mind, body or spirit. Families and communities … read more.