Goodness and Mercy

In a dominant culture that fetishizes crime and punishment while remaining apathetic to the failures of the penal system, our Unitarian Universalist theologies remind us that we can rely on deeper truths of goodness and mercy that still hold each of us accountable in and to the interdependent web … read more.

The Journey Home

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.

Pilgrimage

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.