Topic: Unitarian Universalism

We Covenant to Affirm and Promote

The need to look at how we as UUs can address systemic racism and oppression within our movement and within our principles has been a topic of discussion for a very long time. In 2013, the first draft of an 8th principle was crafted to … read more.

A Dialogue on Beloved Community

Some communities, especially religious ones, have central narratives, precepts or doctrines that hold people together, “ties that bind” as the old hymn goes. As Unitarian Universalists, who embrace a plurality of beliefs and hold no singular creed, what holds us together in shared community? Join … read more.

Side with Love (UUA service for all)

What if to “side with love” meant making bold, faith-full choices? What if it were even a little bit scary? This worship service brings together worship leaders and musicians from across the country to offer hopeful, moving, challenging reminders about what we, as Unitarian Universalists, … read more.

Winter Solstice

Let us celebrate the wonders of the universe as the seasons shift. The longest night is upon us, as is the shortest day. As we settle in – aren’t we already hibernating??? – for the wintertime, let us explore the myths and stories that shed … read more.

A Time for Healing

2020 has been hard in a lot of ways, but now, as we come out of a very long election season, we have numbers that show us how divided was are as a country.  What do our UU values tell us about staying in relation … read more.

When Hope Is Hard To Find

“Where do we find hope?

Annual ASH (Atheists, Skeptics & Humanists) Service

History and experience has shown us that when people give up religious superstitions and instead look to reason and science, hope for the future is available.

However, both reason and science can be misunderstood when we … read more.

Re-membering Ourselves and Each Other

Annual Remembrance Service

After loss, it is healing to practice remembrance. Re-membering allows us to put ourselves and our communities back together. But things don’t look the same afterwards. We come together to memorialize loved ones, honor other losses, remember abiding truths, and recommit to living … read more.

A Cultural History of Witches

“The Printing Press, the Reformation, Cauldrons, and Broomsticks”
While Western concepts of magic and witchcraft had roots in Classical, Hebrew, Christian, and Persian sources, educated people in the early Middle Ages were not overly concerned with quaint beliefs in “faerie,” magical “tricks,” or the practice … read more.