On Feb 11, we explored the tradition and origin of Valentine’s Day. Today we will continue the discussion by contemplating the nature of love in light of Valentine’s Day celebrations around the world, as well as cultures that forbid public demonstrations of romantic love.
What does it mean to matter? How do you know you matter? Today’s reading takes a hard look at systematic racism and how it affects all of us. Colorblindness is often well-intentioned, an attempt to see everyone as a human being and therefore as the same, … read more.
This service was written by Rev. Clyde Grubbs and Mary Jane Holden, and adapted by Rev. Erika Hewitt. It tells the story of the Civil Rights movement as it unfolded over the course of a decade.
Antiracism is about facing the hate of racism and working to end it. The only true weapon against hate is love.
What do Unitarian Universalists (UUs) believe? Many UUs find it difficult to answer. Rev. Fred Small explores our beliefs & convictions. He concludes: when someone asks what UUs believe, why we’re speaking out on behalf of rights, or why we bother to go to church … read more.
UUA’s Principle 8: the call to support the dismantling of racism. The call has gone out, and the UUA communities have answered. Principle 8, in its developmental stage, demonstrates an awareness and a growing commitment to address dismantling racism. Your mission of spiritual … read more.