In seminary, as I studied systematic theology, we focused a lot on “bad” things. Hell, sin, the end times, despair. Since those days, I’ve wondered, what about the beauty? What about art? What about joy? What is religious about those things? I hope to explore … read more.
Speaker: Reverend Aaron Stockwell
One of the defining characteristics of Unitarian Universalism is the concept of Universal Salvation. A love that is stronger than any other force in the world. Historically, it meant that no one, no matter how much they had sinned in this life would go to … read more.
In this first worship service, inside, in-person, in many months, we will explore the meaning and power of what we do together, on Sunday mornings, at 10am. Look for registration details early next week.
This Sunday, we begin an occassional sermon series unpacking parts of what scholars call “systematic theology” for 21st Century Unitarian Universalists. We begin by unpacking and exploring the basic entry point into systematic theology – the nature of God and Jesus.