Is love enough? Sometimes we think love is all about emotions. So why do we wear shirts wtih LOVE in big letters on bright yellow shirts? Surely, there is more.
Topic: Unitarian Universalism
A deeper look at our Unitarian Universalist fifth source, humanism. How a long history of non-theistic thinking has impacted and changed us. Where did it begin, where is it going? What is it anyway?
Safety, though a human need, is never enough. In fact, alone it alone it becomes a trap. It needs to be balanced by a willingness to be brave.
In our faith tradition, authority draws on our experience and is informed by reason, not a creed. Today we’ll look at how that authority influences “power with” instead of “power over” religion.
This evocative Haiku written by Mizuta Masahide, a 17th century Japanese poet and samurai, is good metaphor as we journey through our Unitarian Universalist six sources and talk about “direct experience.”
The Labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool which mirrors the otten circuitous path of our lives. This morning, let’s explore the wisdom and the creative possibilities walking a labyrinth provides as we close out one year and welcome a new one.
A beautiful service centered on the 300th anniversary of the song “Joy to the World”. All are welcome. Hot cider follows the candlelight service.
From campfires to yule logs to sacred stories, humans have found ways to make the dark days brighter. Light not only brings heat for the body, it warms the soul. In this season of holiday, some lights invite deep reflection while others bring a sense … read more.
As nights are at their longest, we don’t look only to candles to light our spirits, we look to the compassion of others as well. One step and smile at a time.
What are our principles calling us to as Unitarian Universalists? What do we do when our instincts tell us to do one thing, but our principles call us to a different path? Together, we’ll take a deep dive into one of our principles and ask … read more.