During our Mother’s Day Celebration of Life we explored various elements of the meaning of mothering. In a poem written by our own Kathie Johnson entitled File Me we have additional perspective, not only of motherhood, but of the complex spectrum of womanhood.
Thanks to the generosity of many strangers and friends who supported the Justice movement and First Unitarian Church of Louisville during the protests, First Unitarian is awarding grants to build a diverse multicultural community that accountably dismantles racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our … read more.
September 23, 2020.
In a year besieged by a virus, Louisville was also embattled in the fight for justice. The city, joined by the rest of the world, was united with Breonna Taylor’s family in anticipation of the long-awaited outcome of the Attorney General’s investigation into Breonna’s … read more.
This morning in the Courier Journal there is an article about various locations in Louisville that were suffrage movement sites. Our First U church is one of them, and below you will see the beautiful picture and accompanying script that appears … read more.
Rumi brightens this rainy springtime day with a lovely poem. I imagine if I were in the woods now it would look and feel much like the depiction in this beautiful photo. Although I will likely not be in a wooded area today, when I … read more.
Happy Earth Day! In honor of this special day I am sharing with you the writings of poets David Wagoner and Gregory Orr. In the poem Lost Wagonerbeckons us to still our busy selves in order to be in the sacred space of the present … read more.