Weaving various forms of storytelling, guest Kia Bordner will encourage reflection on who we are in relation to others, ourselves, our families, our ancestors, our planet. Our guest soloist for this service will be Kia’s son, Rile Grant, an accomplished young adult musician. Rev. Theresa … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Theresa Soto
Join us for worship on the subject of exceptionalism and how it affects our congregation. It turns out that, “[b]uilding the racial stamina required to challenge the racist status quo is . . . a critical part of our work as white people.” – Layla Saad, Me and White Supremacy. Join us to … read more.
Join us to explore the wisdom of the natural world in the moon as we imagine movement forward in accountability, peace, and strength, both for our hearts as individuals and our heart as a community. This service features Pastor Theresa, Tara Miller, and others.
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Being anti-racist is an ongoing practice of equity in relationships, but the name doesn’t reveal the goal of the practice: reconciliation. Join an exploration of the call for our community to define itself by shared justice and leave behind enforcing compliance with dominant culture. Come … read more.
Two of the big questions religions have sought to answer over the years are: “Why does life exist as we know it?” and “What happens after we die?” Unitarian Universalism does not have the ultimate answer to either of these questions. We do … read more.
In this service, we will encounter the values of Kwanzaa, kujichagulia, self-determination and the intersection with Howard Thurman’s urging that the real work of Christmas comes after Christmas. We look forward to exploring possibilities together. Pastor Theresa is joined by Dick Bailey, Sherry Weston-Vigil, and … read more.
If you ask Perry Como, he will tell you it looks a lot like Christmas when you have too much to do, but the landscape is snow-covered and idyllic. Maybe. In 1849, Edward Sears, a Unitarian minister wrote the words to, “It Came Upon a … read more.