Rev. Sian Wiltshire discusses Gandhi’s fifth social sin.
Rev. Sian Wiltshire discusses what it means to have morality within our system of commerce and also how people in different situations might approach the issue differently.
Rev. Sian Wiltshire discusses Gandhi’s third social sin and what it means to build character.
Rev. Sian Wiltshire discusses Gandhi’s second social sin and what that means for us today.
Four members of the atheist/humanist group share their ideas.
Lawrence Ingalls speaks on Gandhi’s first social sin: wealth without work.
Jan Mabie reflects on her Air Force experience during Reagan’s witch-hunt against gays in the military. Beth Syverson talks about her and Jan’s marriage and the effort required to make it happen. Although we take joy in the fact that Unitarian Universalists are very accepting of LGBTQ people, and we are grateful that OCUUC is a Welcoming Congregation, we believe that hearing each others’ stories enriches all of us and helps us be more compassionate toward others who are different…
What do we teach our children about being a Unitarian Universalist? What they learn from us now, they carry with them into the future.
OCUUC’s annual celebration of sharing flowers with each other.
Centuries ago, Unitarianism emphasized the oneness of God while our Universalist ancestors emphasized the mercy and love of God. Rev. Sian explores this second half of our tradition and what it can teach us today.
Mercy is not a word we use a lot in the modern world, but it does occur a lot in the Christian Scriptures. What do these ancient sources have to tell us about the power of mercy?