Come to our multigenerational Spring Equinox/Ostera service to find the perfect token to inspire your spring rebirth!
Rev. Frieda Gillespie
The question of how much to give to the church confronts us yearly. Perhaps remembering what you are creating for the future – yours and those to come – will give us a clearer answer.
No one lives on this earth unscathed by loss. How do we reconcile ourselves to losing those we love who are part of our identity?
We all have a shadow side that tries to get us to see what is broken in us so that it can be healed through relationship.
As UUs, we covenant to be in community even with diverse beliefs about the big questions. Do we avoid recognizing our differences in order to belong? Let’s Admit Our Diversity – PDF
All churches want to know how to attract and keep young members. Let’s think about what we need to know about Gen Xers and Millennials, and how they lead.
The Unitarian Universalist Association’s new Common Read is Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. Stevenson has been an attorney for death row prisoners for over 30 years. His insights and experiences are important to understanding our justice system and how it is failing people of color. Just Mercy – PDF