How can we use our understanding of our Unitarian Universalist past to inform our future goals as a beloved community?
Sharing experiences living and working in diverse communities and what seems to make them vital and engaged.
So – here we are. My last sermon with you. And we’re both setting off on new adventures.
Now it may not seem like that to you – after all, this isn’t necessarily an adventure of your own choosing – but here’s something important that I … read more.
I want to begin by sharing some stories.
About six years ago, two young adults, Alie and Emma, traveled from our home congregation in upstate New York to Central America on a mission trip to a poor community in San Salvador. They were excited to get … read more.
Linda Anderson returns to offer some wise words and loving insight on simplicity.
What the heck is going on here? Why are we sitting at tables? Why are there pencils and markers and sheets of poster board? And what’s with all the color?
Today is a day of pulling some threads together – threads that seem unrelated. Yes, … read more.
We will come together to share our thoughts and feelings at this tender post-election time.