Drawing the New York Times’ 1619 Project remembering the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in what would become the United States, the sermon explores telling the story of “the first ones” and the risks and the power of telling truth. … read more.
Chuck Collins grew up in the wealthiest 1 percent and has spent the last 30 years working on issues of racial and economic justice and inequality. He believes powerful narratives of deservedness maintain the unequal status quo –and that telling true stories of advantage will … read more.
This Sunday we remember Bayard Rustin, telling a bit of his life’s story, about his gifts, his deep store of courage, his passion for organizing, and honoring the ways he struggled for justice with dignity.
On this Sunday before Indigenous Peoples day, the sermon explores the connections between the Northern Ute and the American Unitarian Association, and the Association’s part in the removal of the Northern Ute from their homeland. What happened? Why does this history matter now? What can/must … read more.
Becoming aware. Making the commitment. Reaching across. Risking imperfection. Growing our souls. Then, doing it all again and again.