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.
LG&E’s rate proposal
LG&E has proposed an increase in the basic charges and a decrease in the reimbursement for energy produced by home solar panels (net metering). Increasing basic charges disproportionally affect low-income communities. Reducing the reimbursement for excess electricity would make solar panels less … read more.
As we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today, many people are holding their breath, concerned about the possibility of continued right-wing violence. Security measures are ramped up in Washington D.C., as well as in state capitols across the land. There is even … read more.
Dear First U,I’m guessing that many of you, like me, are dismayed but not entirely surprised by the events that occurred in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. While it is simultaneously shocking but somewhat predictable that such audacious behavior would come from (or in this case, be … read more.
When I say “Happy New Year!” to people I find myself doing so with a bit of internal unsureness. While it’s true that many of us have been happy to welcome 2021 and thus to put 2020 in our rearview mirrors, plenty of us … read more.
This past week we lost someone very special. On the evening of Sunday December 20, Ann Ulinski peacefully passed away. Words do not capture the integral part of this community she has been for decades.
We at First Unitarian were fortunate to call Ann our own from … read more.