How do we decide what is correct and good? Let’s explore what happens when we choose differently.
Topic: Social Justice
What we can do towards justice in the world
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.
On this Mother’s Day, we celebrate mothering in all its different forms, from all its different practitioners, upon all its different recipients. We will speak about the special day for your mother, and why not so much for all mothers. We will also look in … read more.
We celebrate Earth Day this week, and speak also about our 7th Principle: Respect for the interdependent web of all existence.
This Sunday, at 10:30am and again at 7pm, we offer a virtual Service on some of the ways to maintain equanimity during the pandemic. Instructions for joining by Zoom below:
Here is how to Zoom (ZUUM):
1) Close all applications and files except your browser. (Chrome browser … read more.
Democracy is under renewed and redoubled attack, here and everywhere it exists. Let us all answer the call to stand up for our democracy and all democracy in every way we can, with particular attention to using the power of the ballot box to … read more.
After all those years of struggle and pain, we seem only halfway toward basic equality for everyone. Fear and loathing are still far too common. But culture is shifting faster than ever. Black Lives Matter is causing us to rethink. And … read more.
The democratic process is partly liberal religion’s creation, and its bedrock. The idea that the people are sovereign–and not a king, a ‘great leader,’ or a junta, or plutocrats–is fundamental. Paired with that is the right to act on the basis of conscience. … read more.
Our women share reflections, exploring the delights, challenges, and opportunities they know as women. Come join Rev. Deborah Bond-Upson (minister Leland’s wife), Music Director Chelsea Musson, Anne Clough, Susan Anderson, Krista Flanagan, Andrea Schmidlen, Diana March, Elizabeth Olson, Erica Lavine, Kathy Hislip, Mary Alice Masonick, … read more.
We’ve spent the past month exploring the prophetic voices calling from outside our church walls, and we’ve examined how these uncomfortable messages challenge our inner lives. Now it’s time to ask ourselves – what is the prophetic voice calling our UUCE community to become as … read more.