Holly Near’s song “I Am Willing” featured in this week’s service, is a beloved anthem about how we hold on to hope and keep going despite our obstacles. It is an anthem of resilience, a promise to persist. How do we build up resilience in … read more.
Who we love, who we choose, how we support each other, this is what tells us who we are and what we value. David Brooks writes, “Our lives are stories of recommitment.” We are nearing the threshold, we are visioning the time to come when … read more.
In this feel-good society, where the small stuff rolls off our backs, where anger and sorrow are considered wrong, unproductive, and harmful. Not sweating the small stuff has led to a feeling of uselessness and hopelessness and we have been patiently waiting for someone bigger … read more.
Unitarian Universalism covenants around 7 principles that guide our lives and encourage us toward spiritual deepening. In 2013 Black UU leaders and theologians proposed an 8th principle to guide us toward more intentional racial justice work in our congregations. Let’s learn and reflect together on … read more.
“I’ve always believed that anything done with care and joy can be an act of worship, and the kitchen for me has often been a form of church, even if the anointing oil in this case was olive.”
~ John Pavlovitz
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Do your goals ever get in the way of your intentions? Or another question might be, is it possible to be intentional about how we achieve our goals? These are the questions I am asking myself, as I continue reflecting on our theme question for … read more.
Our theme for January is Intention. Throughout the month, we will consider what it means to open our hearts to the path that calls us forward. January is the month when we hear much about making resolutions and setting goals. Resolutions and goal setting often … read more.