This sermon was delivered at the UU Fellowship of Bay County on June 10, 2018. UU’s strive to create a community in which everyone is cared for, free from judgment and hate. The history of LGBTQ rights has come a long way, and Cindy Wilker … read more.
Topic: Social and Environmental Justice
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.
Today’s talk by Emmi Monsour will focus on the basics of health equity. By the end of the presentation, attendees will be able to identify equity key terms, name root causes of health inequities, and have a few concrete next steps to advance equity in … read more.
Many of us get weekends off, vacation days, paid sick leave and safe working conditions thanks to the efforts of labor unions. These are hard-won achievements of American workers and the historic struggle for better rights and quality of life. Today we will reflect on … read more.
This 2023 Earth Sunday service was compiled by the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth.
Unitarian Universalism’s seventh principle: “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part,” makes this a day to celebrate religiously.
What is radical hospitality? How do we practice it, and what does it look like? Human beings have a built-in tribalism that needs to be challenged consciously and intentionally. A congregation committed to radical hospitality would go beyond seeking out others like themselves … read more.