“Welcoming the Light” with Rev. Viola Abbitt. Winter starts on Monday, December 21st. It is the shortest day of the year, which is an easy way to describe the winter solstice. What are the lessons, if any, that we can draw from this time of … read more.
There are just too many things to do. There are the things we are supposed to do, things we think we are supposed to do and the things we just want to do. What happens if we just take some time out?
This year, the period of Advent runs from November 29th to December 24th. This is a significant time in the Christian church in which waiting and anticipation are key themes. But, what does that mean to us as Unitarian Universalists, and what could we possibly … read more.
On this, the final Sunday of November, we will take one last look at the theme of Healing, and the role that forgiveness plays in it.
Expressing gratitude is praised as an excellent spiritual practice. Can being grateful help us to heal?
The road to healing can be a long one. Along the way we get increasingly better before we are ultimately well.
Sometimes our memories are difficult and painful, making it hard to heal from the events they recall. But remembering can sometimes be a path to healing.
Using a bicycle chain as a metaphor, Reverend Justine reviews the 2020 democratic nominating campaign from a feminist perspective.
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“Behind and Beyond Our Walls,” with Carlton Elliott Smith, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, currently serving on the Southern Regional staff. Reverend Smith talks about his experiences at Charlottesville VA Unite the Right counter protest.
Behind and Beyond our Walls