“Worker’s Power,” by Avery Burrows
Labor History Month is observed every year in May. It celebrates the achievements of American workers and their historic struggle for better rights and quality of life. Today, we will reflect on the labor union movement and how it shapes the pursuit of justice, equality … read more.
“God Makes No Mistakes: Creating Beloved Community for All Our Children,” by Sally Patton
Our UU Principles encourage us to manifest respect for the inherent worth and dignity of each individual; to demonstrate equity and compassion in our relationships; and to accept one another in spiritual growth. In our faith communities, we strive to understand and accept those who … read more.
“Honoring Earth Day”
This Earth 2023 Sunday service was compiled by the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth.
“Living the Life We Want,” by Alec Peck
“Seize the day, for this moment will never come again.” This age-old wisdom is hard enough to internalize, and yet we must also seize this week, this year, this life. It is every person’s birthright to live with dignity in a life that fulfills them. … read more.
“The Christian in Me,” by Rev. Dr. Bruce Clark Clear
Today’s sermon reading, “The Christian in Me,” is the last, in a series of explorations of three different belief systems found within UU churches, written by Rev. Dr. Bruce Clear. Even though we may not call ourselves, individually, Christian, our denomination has grown from the … read more.
“From Mythos to Cosmos (Part 2): How Ancient Cosmic Events Shaped our Myths,” by Dr. Lee Greer
“Olympia Brown (A Portrayal by Rev. Dr. Janet H. Bowering)
Olympia Brown (1835-1926) dedicated her life to opening doors for women. Among only a handful of women to graduate from college, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Antioch in 1860 and three years later became the first woman graduate of a … read more.
“…the infinite enlargement of the heart…,” by The Reverend James C. Leach
Rev Leach focused this sermon on the principle that we are all part of an interdependent Web of Life, and he reflects on the ways this web of life is important, not only to the survival of our church and the world through … read more.
“The Theist in Me,” by Rev. Dr. Bruce Clear
Today’s sermon reading, “The Theist in Me,” is the second in a series of explorations of three different belief systems found within UU churches, written by Rev. Bruce Clear. UU Rev. Clear says, “There is a theist in me as well as a … read more.