All throughout our lives, we have opportunities to create meaning out of our First Unitarian Newsletter 4 September 2017 experiences, feelings, and relationships. Our mortality offers us such an opportunity to really dig deep about what becomes important over our lifetimes. The process of making theology—of knowing our deepest values and beliefs—is written into our … Continued
Poet and priest, John O’Donohue says, “The word “belonging” holds together the two fundamental aspects of life: being and longing.” How do we belong in church and in the world? How can we welcome our longing? How can we welcome the newcomer in all of their being and their longing?
At this beloved annual intergenerational service, you are invited to bring a small vial of water from your home or travels. We’ll join them all together, uniting as one to begin this new, shared church year. We will also offer a “backpack blessing” for our children and youth, to pledge our love and support to … Continued
Our task is to bend the moral arc of the universe toward justice, and the ways we do so are profoundly diverse. We can do direct action and policy reform; political campaigns and labor organizing; academic analysis, direct service, fundraising, and self transformation. This Sunday, we explore this rich ecosystem of work for justice.