It is well to remember why we observe this day. It’s not just about a long weekend.
Rev. Steve Cook
The sentimental holiday we now know had a very different origin in the years after the Civil War.
We consider the origins of Earth Day, an observance of concerns that are ever more important.
One of the “Questions of the Spirit” I received some weeks ago asked, “How can we understand prayer in a Unitarian Universalist context?” Here are some thoughts on that.
The TV show MacGyver features a brave and resourceful character who defeats the bad guys using non-lethal methods and tools, especially his trusty Swiss army knife. We’ll consider that in relation to church.
Lincoln famously said in part, “You can fool some of the people all the time.” In view of the constant flood of misstatement, spin and outright lies that characterize the political party now in power, how can we cope? We will share the inspiring story … read more.
UUism is now highly diverse, yet we began as a liberal interpretation of the Bible, the Christian tradition and the place of Jesus in our theology. For many of us, he is still important, but in what ways?
People often ask what holds our highly diverse, UU movement together? One important answer is our hymnal, Singing the Living Tradition, a repository not only of songs but also of our common hopes, yearnings and inspirations.
Come prepared to jot down on a card questions or themes you would like me to deal with. I will respond to as many as I can within the service and keep them all for later sharing.
Despite progress, our country is still troubled with racial strife. How can Dr. King’s legacy continue to inspire us?