Speaker: Jim Wormington

How Are We Called to Regard Our Ideological Enemies?

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.

Words that Open the Rose

Some awakenings happen under trees, some arrive with blinding lights and audible voices. For most of us mortals, they come to us in words.

Worship Assistant: Dan Kalkbrenner

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Holding on to Gratitude

It’s usually pretty easy to feel grateful when good stuff happens. Holding on to it, making it our regular companion, is a different story, isn’t it?

Reader: Dan Kalkbrenner

Worship Assistant: Tom Durkin

To Be Known, Accepted, & Valued

You’re only as sick as your secrets,” says the well-known Alcoholics Anonymous adage. Could an unshared burden be keeping you from the kind of close, authentic relationships you desire?

Worship Assistants: Elise Wall & Tom Durkin