What is the difference between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation? Explore these concepts with Rev. Sian Wiltshire and Beth Syverson.
Democracy requires diversity, which leads to wisdom. But it isn’t an easy path. Come hear how we might navigate these challenges.
Gaming communities are working on ways to be welcome to those not traditionally welcomed elsewhere. Find out what we can learn from them. Today we also welcome our two new Affiliated Ministers, Rev. Judy and Rev. Liz.
Our Director of Music Ministries, Beth Syverson, led an almost-all-music service that is a reflection of lessons that she and the church’s musicians have learned about music and life while trying to keep our music afloat during the pandemic.
How has our denomination and our nation changed in response to history’s events? And how do we meet today’s challenges? It’s a Brave New World.
There is a power in each of us, but how do we use it? For ourselves or for others? Explore transcendentalism and Unitarian Universalism with Rev. Sian.
It’s our annual ingathering and water ceremony, when we celebrate this quintessential Unitarian Universalist annual ritual. This day we consider what possibilities will we embrace this coming year, as individuals and as a church.
Some of us live in liminal spaces all the time and have learned to navigate it beautifully. But for others, it can be a scary and anxiety provoking time. What can the Islamic spiritual concept of patience and faith teach us about the betwixt and between?
When meeting those unknown to us, those we deem ‘other,’ sometimes focusing on our perceived similarities, on the common ground we share, seems like the safest bet. But what if instead we took the leap and embraced each other’s differences? And how far can this embrace of difference go without putting our own values in question?
Moving together through these challenging times, we find ourselves confronted by loss in so many dimensions. What might be there for us?
Grace. And what it means for Unitarian Universalists.
We live in a world where we often feel disconnected from nature, and yet our concern for the survival of the planet can sometimes become overwhelming. Can gratitude be a way for us to reconnect?