Love is often thought of as a warm fuzzy feeling, but what does it really ask of us? Love is kind of crazy! Theme for December: Our 3rd Principle: Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations.
Our new mission statement is to “transform our lives and our communities by living our Principles.” What does it mean to live our Principles? What are our Principles? What does that look like?
Guest speaker Lawrence Ingalls helps us to look at diversity from different perspectives.
Our churches are filled with people of various beliefs. What do you believe?
The transcendentalists of the 19th century had a radical message to give to the world. Hear what that was and how it informs us today.
What if there were no mirrors in the world? What if you could see yourself only through the eyes of others?
Unitarian Universalism is a faith that stands on the side of love. This Sunday we look at how that came about.
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 own sense of vocation?
In the 19th Century, Unitarian Universalists led the way in reforming the issues of the day. How has our legacy lived out today?
Hope can be a powerful tool for justice, but what’s the difference between hope and wishful thinking?
Our culture often leans toward cynicism. In this season of hope, what can we do to combat despair?