Many of us are familiar with the works of great nature writers and how they inspire us to consider our relationship with the natural world. Poet Mary Oliver and naturalist Henry David Thoreau’s writings have guided our mindful explorations, especially in our Unitarian Universalist communities. … read more.
Speaker: Intern Minister Omega Burckhardt
According to Ruth Wilson Gilmore, abolition is about building presence and not absence. Join us for a meditation on incarceration, the prison industrial complex, and how our Unitarian Universalist understandings of human dignity and interconnectedness inform us as we work for just systems of accountability … read more.
How do we learn when to move forward and when to move back? Wrapping up our month-long series on consolation and desolation, join us in an exploration of the connections between tennis lessons, tidal waters, choir practice, and a progressive ethic of risk.
We move through difficulty by pulling from our well of resilience resources. How do we refill those wells when things are looking pretty bleak? Let us consider new ways of seeing kindness during the month of December, a month marked by short days and long … read more.