Speaker: Rev. Lori Kyle

Theology of Voting

The term ‘theology’ is one that at times causes Unitarian Universalists to pause, given the variance of theist beliefs among UUs.  A broad understanding of the word focuses on the study of the nature of God and/or religious belief.  Regardless of how one views the nature or … read more.

Covenant Beyond Church

One of the tenets of our Unitarian Universalist faith is an emphasis on covenants instead of creeds.  Ours is a faith of relationship and promise instead of doctrine and belief.  While often used in the context of religion, covenants as freely-made promises that guide our … read more.

Give Me Sanctuary

A black minister who is also an accomplished musician, Rev. Greg Drumwright noticed that white churches often welcome him to contribute musically to their worship, but rarely agree to allow him to speak from the pulpit.  This gave rise to his ministry Black Preaching from White Spaces.  Following … read more.

Pacifists, Protests, and Power

These days the nation’s spotlight on racial injustice has ushered in a plethora of commentary about protests which do not address the ‘if’ so much as the ‘how,’  giving rise to the concept of “good protester vs. bad protester.” While notable civil rights leaders and others … read more.

General Assembly 2020: Inspirations and Impressions

Special Speakers     

Jill Sampson Jane Martin-Buckley Jasmine Walston  Kathy Thackeray

General Assembly is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Attendees worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through democratic process.

This year’s virtual General Assembly was like none prior.  With near record … read more.

Soulful Waters: Tears of Joy and Pain

This Sunday, our annual in-gathering celebration, is our Water Communion service. At our gathering we will celebrate the cleansing aspects of water, as well as its power. These attributes of water will also be explored in the context of our culture’s needs if sustainable change … read more.

Flower Communion

Flower Communion is a Unitarian ritual instituted 97 years ago this month by the Rev. Norbert Capek, who was at the time the minister of the Prague Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia.  That first gathering was to celebrate brotherly and sisterly love, devotion, and the comradeship of … read more.