We begin our exploration of “reason” on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. We’ll reflect together about the power of letters and words, the spoken and written language, to create, bind, break, and restore us and each other. The New Year is … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Matthew Johnson
What are the essential theological ideas of our living tradition? How do those ideas shape our lives and how would we explain them to another? What makes us who we are? BRING A FRIEND SUNDAY – bring someone along who might be curious about us, … read more.
In last fall’s Auction, Bob Arevalo won the right to choose a sermon topic. He asked, “we know that an 8th principle of Unitarian Universalism is likely to happen. What do you think should be the 9th?” It was a great question, and I have what I think … read more.
The African-American Spiritual, the Welcome Table, is a profound song, celebrating a God who welcomes you to God’s table – even if the world too often doesn’t let you sit at it. Using a powerful story from Alice Walker as our text, we’ll examine how … read more.
Lammas is the Celtic holiday celebrating the first summer harvest; it comes midway between the Summer Solstice and the Fall Equinox – August 1st. As we begin a month on the topic of “Communion,” the Lammas holiday invites us to rethink our relationship with the … read more.
Now that parts of life are “turning back on”, we’re beginning to deal with the work of our hearts. And the emotional and cognitive cost has been paid during this pandemic, political upheaval, and racial reckoning. In the hero’s journey, coming home is often more … read more.
I have completed three pilgrimages so far, and these experiences have deeply informed my life. Many folks who do a pilgrimage find it to be one of the most powerful experiences in their life. But a pilgrimage doesn’t have to be physically arduous to be … read more.
What does it mean to offer care, do justice, and live in a relationship with others in a way that cares for their soul? When we recognize the humanity and divinity of other people, how should we respond?
MASKS REQUIRED IN-PERSON.