Brave Enough

There are all kinds of ways to be brave, and to exhibit courage when we’d rather shrink back. What encourages you? How do we make ourselves “brave enough” to honor ourselves and one another?

Reflections on Racial Justice

Over the summer on behalf of People United Against Racism Rev. Erika Hewitt led a 6-part discussion group in our community on Ijeoma Oluo’s book So You Want to Talk About Race. Among the topics discussed were: racism, white privilege, intersectionality, microaggressions … read more.

Witch Hunts, Then and Now

Two centuries before the Salem Witch Trials resulted in the deaths of 20 people, the Malleus Maleficarum (“The Hammer of Witches”) fueled a European witch-craze that resulted in the persecutions and deaths of tens of thousands of women. What fueled these witch hunts of the … read more.

It’s Not Personal

Lane Fisher is a ministerial candidate from Belfast. She will stretch our views with several individuals’ perspectives on disability and ableism and will suggest some first-principle-worthy considerations for our congregational life. She received her M. Div. from Starr King School for the Ministry in May … read more.

Water Communion

Water is a sacred part of our union to the earth, it’s a symbol of life and empowerment. Join your fellow worship associates as we perform a water ritual. We will ask members to please bring in water (or pictures of a water source) from … read more.

Dangerous Words

Language matters. The wrong words can communicate something we’re unaware of, or even do great harm. In her sermon, Erika will examine 7 words (or brief phrases) that she considers “dangerous,” each for a different reason. Come hear what they are — and the alternative, … read more.

You Could Be Wrong

Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long will be returning to our Fellowship on Sept. 2nd. She is the pastor of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven, Mass. Originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming, she is a graduate of the Meadville Lombard Theological School. She also holds a J.D. degree … read more.