Building the Beloved Community we long for means we must expand what it means to welcome our neighbors, near and far. This Sunday, let us recognize the righteous labors of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; that prophetic wing of our faith that lives our Living Tradition … read more.
Our congregation has some strong connections to the South Eastern United States. Both Rev. Juniper and our DRE Ashleigh have ties to Southern Appalachia. As we mark Earth Day in this month of Resistance, let us explore some of the history born out of those … read more.
The life of faith is always a life of alternatives; perspectives born out of insights gleaned in relationship with fellow seekers.
This is particularly true within Unitarian Universalism, this Living Tradition we celebrate which places no small call upon us, both in our principles and in … read more.
There are many ways to read the story of Easter; a divine promise absolving believers of sin, a synthesis of Pagan and Christian symbolism to mark the reawakening of the world in Spring, an empty tomb for some, a room full of the laughter of … read more.
Every Sunday, Rev. Juniper wraps up worship with a benediction, usually saying something like “Let us be Fools for Love and Pilgrims for Justice.” As we enter into our April theme of Resistance, let us begin by exploring that old archetype of the holy fool, … read more.