Franciscatarianism

The new pope caused quite a stir when he became the first to take the name Francis. Now more than 800 years since his radical ministry of simplicity and service to the least among us, St. Francis of Assisi’s life still stands as a call to justice and compassion. How might Francis’ example inspire our…

Dancing with Despair: The Life and Times of Clara Barton

Our worship theme for the month of December is the interplay between despair and hope. Come and look beyond the stereotypes at one of our Universalist ancestors, Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross. Though she suffered from depression, Barton was a social justice worker who would thrive during times of adversity. Her life…