How do we decide what is correct and good? Let’s explore what happens when we choose differently.
With our nation’s focus on the resurgence of the pandemic these last few weeks, the civil rights injustices inherent in our systems has taken a back burner in main-stream media. The “peaceful calm” we personally experience when we turn our attention to other things should … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, it’s not hard to recognize that we predominantly lean to the political left. We self-define as a “liberal religion.”
This tendency can sometimes draw us away from bedrock UU principles like tolerance and inclusion. When we’re far removed from orthodox religious thinking, we can find … read more.
Our service this week is devoted to sharing the stories that have touched the lives of those within our congregation. Each speaker will read a story that means something special to them; some have carried their story from childhood, while others’ stories reached them later … read more.
Apologizing is one of the very first social behaviors we are taught, but the instruction we’re given as young children isn’t necessarily setting us up for success as adults. Especially in an age of call-out culture, well-meant apologies can sometimes do more harm than good. … read more.
Just over three months ago, a group of us embarked on a journey to discover what makes people truly happy, and how we can use that information to improve our daily lives. This Sunday, we’ll reveal what we learned from the online Yale course, The … read more.
We will be streaming General Assembly Service at 9am through our normal Zoom link. The Sunday Service is a finale to General Assembly each year. It is as ‘High Church’ as UUism gets, and is filled with music. Afterwards we’ll have our Fellowship Gathering, estimated … read more.
Fathering is a big deal for the father, but is usually a much bigger deal for the child. As we said in the 60s, ‘parents are a heavy trip,’ meaning deeply and durably influencing. We all know many people who were loved and helped enormously … read more.
Like the annual New Year’s rituals celebrate throughout the centuries, this Sunday we will be gathering for UUCE’s 154th Annual meeting. As we prepare ourselves for this passing of the torch from one year to the next, we’ll use our time on Sunday morning to … read more.