Our culture highly prizes dreams of the future, and working towards living out those dreams. We are encouraged to shape our individual lives from our deepest dreams. As Unitarian Universalists, many of us feel called to collectively work towards a future we dream about – … read more.
Linda Hogan, Chickasaw poet and novelist, writes: “Most of us are taught, somehow, about giving and accepting human gifts, but not about opening ourselves and our bodies to welcome the sun, the land, the visions of sky and dreaming, not about standing in the rain … read more.
Stories help us to make meaning out of our world. They help us to answer deep questions such as where do we come from, who are we, and where are we going? Some stories have played this role for countless generations, only to be rejected … read more.
Join us for our annual Memorial Day weekend service of remembrance. We will create a communal space to recognize those we have lost. There will be time in the service to light a candle and share the name of someone you wish to remember.
Note: Sunday, … read more.
If we are paying close attention to the latest insights of climate science, we have a lot to fear about our future as human beings, the future of this planet, and the future of all life that shares this precious and beautiful home with us. … read more.
Life from our first breath to our last is measured by a finite amount of time. Some of us are blessed with more than others but we never quite know how much. We say life is a gift. Yet we continue to demand time from … read more.
Intention is not a destination. It is a way of being. If we follow its guidance we will find ourselves in unfamiliar but transformative situations. We’ll explore a pivotal story from early Universalism and what it might teach us about change, luck, intention, and the … read more.