Encouragement takes many forms. This Sunday’s sermon explores stories of our past that shape Unitarian Universalism to this day, stories of courage and encouragement.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Tracey Robinson-Harris
On this Sunday before the holiday honoring Martin Luther King’s birth, we honor Dr. King’s legacy as we remember and honor one of his close associates, Bayard Rustin, who played a lead organizing role in the bus boycott the creation of the Southern Christian Leadership … read more.
I start my new year intent on hope; intent on being hopeful that it is still humanly possible to live in a shared world.
This service is inspired by Parker Palmer’s (a quaker teacher extraordinaire) reflection on these words from Dylan Thomas’ “A Child’s Christmas in Wales,” “I said some words to the close and holy darkness, and then I slept.” What good words wait in us? What will … read more.
The Christian Season of Advent is a time of expectant waiting for the birth of Jesus. Given the events of recent days – including tear gassing of refugees at our Southern border, layoffs and plant closings announced by General Motors – waiting can seem like … read more.