Seeds of Renewal

In many old stories and myths, it is told that the seeds of renewal wait to be found precisely within the conditions of chaos and disorder that trouble the world. It seems we are in the middle of a collective rite of passage that requires not simply that we change,

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Body Liberation and Fat Phobia

We are invited to reflect on the historical and current legacy of fat phobia in systems of oppression and within ourselves. How can our 2nd principle of “justice equity and compassion in human relations,” and body liberation guide our journey? Aimee Schiefelbein, congregant, psychotherapist, and fat activist will offer our sermon.

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The Winds of Change

With ongoing news headlines about war, injustice, and accelerating climate change, it is possible to be overwhelmed, numb, in despair or depressed in response. What in our Unitarian Universalist theology and heritage can show us the way in these uncertain times? Rev. Amy Moses-Lagos will reflect on themes of grief,

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A People So Bold

We are invited, as a people of faith, to engage with the spiritual wisdom of 360 Degree Vision, the 7th of the 7 Principles of Black Lives UU, honoring “the past struggles and wisdom from our elders” and acknowledging that the “work we do today builds the foundations of movements

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Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons (DRUUMM) Reflection from 1.26.20

Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons, the consulting minister to DRUUMM (Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries), provided this reflection during the Jan 26, 2020 worship service. As said in his reflection, DRUUMM provides space to experience a different level of wholeness and fullness and where people of color can share purpose, a

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The Wages of Wokeness

In our quest for a more equitable and just world it’s easy to lose sight of the humanity possessed by ourselves and others, especially when our society seems gripped by a whirlpool of chaos. But we can never allow crisis, no matter how dire, to destroy our capacity for empathy,

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Why Art?

Art has been with us hairless apes since before we starting writing things down. Civilizations have gone for centuries without written language – even the wheel – but none that we know of have gone without art. It must be pretty important. We UUs are pretty good about music, performance,

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Epiphany!

Join us for a collective celebration of the gifts of the season of Epiphany and a faithful exploration of the Universalist promise of unconditional love.

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