“Grounding ourselves into a deep gratitude for the miracle of our bodies – however they look, move, and interact with the world around us – includes not only a celebration of our individual physical beings, but also a deep reverence for the intimacy of … read more.
“If interdependence is the inescapable reality of our relationships to one another and to the earth, then true democracy is both a spiritual and political practice of honoring that interconnectedness. The natural, faithful response to the blessing of being endowed with both freedom and … read more.
Yesterday at our worship service, as we celebrated Trans Day of Remembrance, we commemorated the trans members of our communities whose lives were violently taken this past year. Little could we have known that more innocent lives of our LGBTQ+ community were being senselessly … read more.
12:00pm – Lunch and Silent Auction in the social hall
1:00pm – Live Auction (Child care provided; ending time by 3:00 pm)
What is the Auction?
The Auction is a fund-raiser to support First Unitarian Church’s many programs. After church on Oct. 9, go to the Social Hall for … read more.
Come join us Sunday, October 16 at First Unitarian to enjoy a concert by Annie Patterson and Charlie King, the writers of the Rise Up and Sing songbooks, keeping the legacy of Pete Seeger alive.
Join in the 6th annual Louisville Earth Walk, a community celebration and fundraiser for local environmental organizations, on Saturday, October 22, at 9am at Hogan’s Fountain, Cherokee Park. Walk either on a 3.7-kilometer (~2 mile) walk or online, or anywhere, all in the spirit of … read more.
Dear Ones –
Usually our Love Notes are messages of love intended to enrich your spirit. Today’s note is different… an opportunity for you to give love. As we all know, our neighbors to the east suffered a devastating flood, and the losses and grief are … read more.
This poem by our own Patti Lister are what accountably addressing systemic oppression looks like… acknowledging our nation’s past history and present.
The message here is not meant to be a killjoy, nor to trivialize the history of a nation which has done, and continues to do, … read more.
Again today we are fortunate to receive the blessings that others in our midst have bestowed upon themselves (and in their willingness to share, have bestowed upon us as well). As with the preceding days this week, our listing today contains beauty and … read more.