On May 5, 1819, two hundred years ago, William Ellery Channing delivered an hour and a half long sermon on the Biblical text, “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.” The sermon did more than focus on the role of reason in religion, … read more.
In February, our theme was trust. Have you noticed how the themes move into one another? We went from trust, to journey in March and to wholeness for this month. We need trust to make the journey. We need to journey to reach wholeness. As … read more.
As we approach Valentines Day in this era of #metoo, trust may be a good thing to think about in our personal lives. We’ve witnessed tremendous violations of trust in the public sphere, and the reports just keep on coming.
Why would we think about doing things differently?
That’s the basic question whenever we begin looking at possibilities in our personal or congregational lives. You’ll see elsewhere in this newsletter that the Board has set January 20 as a congregational meeting to talk about exploring a … read more.
As I write, we still don’t know how many people were killed in the California wildfires, though more than a thousand are unaccounted for. Nor are the Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire yet fully contained. Environmental devastation on this scale is hard to … read more.
We are Unitarian Universalists. We are brave, curious, and compassionate thinkers and doers. We are believers in what is good, what is right, and what is just … We are a house without walls, a congregation without spiritual boundaries, and a movement towards … read more.