Selma!

Many of us saw the recent movie about the voting rights marches in Selma, Alabama that took place in 1965, over fifty years ago. It was a critical time in the social justice era. Today we are now facing other critical moments. Where do we find the courage to stand up when there is a … Continued

The Power of Love

As you begin the process of writing a covenant for this congregation, let us remember that love is the most powerful spiritual force in the universe and that all our interactions need to come from a loving and compassionate place in order to be authentic. As you begin the process of writing a covenant for … Continued

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Conscience and Democracy

Our fifth Unitarian Universalist Principle calls us to honor the “right of conscience and the use of the democratic process.” What does “conscience” and how does our conscience inform our democracy? There will be an opportunity for people to share ideas about this sermon topic during coffee hour