In our culture so in love with dualisms, courage is often thought of as the opposite of fear. Should we feel fear, we may tell ourselves that we are not brave, that courage is not within us, and so we may become that story. What … read more.
Raimon Panikkar, known as “the apostle for interreligious dialogue,” uses a window as a metaphor to help deepen our understanding of “self” and “other.” How can Panikkar’s Window help us reflect on things differently? Join us as we explore this window, the light of our … read more.
This Sunday only, the worship service will start a half hour earlier at 10 a.m.
Join us at the Unitarian Church of Lincoln as we share our musical gifts with our friends at UCL in a joint worship service featuring the A Street Band and our very own Dulcet … read more.
There is no doubt that the years have borne fruit in the quest for liberation sought by the broader LGBTQ+ community and our allies. As a community whose mission calls for authentic living, we stand on the shoulders of giants; brave souls who put their lives … read more.
It takes courage to ask for what we need in relationships. It may take even more courage to hear the needs of others.
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