Unitarian Universalist principles—and our Unitarian heritage—teach us about the importance of the individual. But in American society, focusing on individualism robs us of the inherent power of being part of a collective and sharing a united goal. Are we ready to confront the limitations of … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Molly Brewer
I believe that being radically and fabulously who you are is a blessed path to the healing, creativity, inspiration, and realization of justice that is our birthright as co-creators of the Sacred here and now.
Following the invasion of the U.S. Capitol Building on. Jan. 6, the refrain “this isn’t who we are!” has been commonly shared on social media. But in the United States, white supremacist violence has been a part of our nation’s character since before its founding. … read more.
Led by your Worship Associates. • Bob Whitmire, Tiffany Vencile, Penny Ziarnik.
We’re often told that the key to a happy life is not to “sweat the small stuff:” don’t let little things get us down. This can be useful advice, but in an extraordinary time … read more.