Universalism and the Good Place

March 3, 2024 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford The television series, “The Good Place” took us on a 4 season journey through the afterlife, asking eschatological (the branch of systematic theology dealing with “end things) questions. How does Universalism view final destiny?

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In the Beginning

February 25, 2024 by Rev. Krista Weber Huang. What role do creation stories play in making meaning in our lives, helping us define our role in the world, and shaping how we relate to the divine? As Unitarian Universalists we seek to draw wisdom from both science and religion as we explore this question. Rev. […]

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February 11, 2024 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. Mardi Gras is the Tuesday, Feb. 13, traditionally seen as the last party before the six weeks of the sacrifices for Lent. The traditional Christian Lent is rooted in the valorization of suffering. Is there another way to engage this time?

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To Fix You

February 4, 2024 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. What does it mean to “fix” another person? And are we really “broken”? Unitarian Universalism historically rejects the doctrine of original sin. So what do we believe about the nature of being human?

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Sing and Give Voice to Your Spirit

January 28th, 2024 by Some Assembly Required. January 28, in the LOUU sanctuary, Some Assembly Required (our house band) will be leading a ‘service in song’ entitled “Sing; give voice to your spirit.” Bill Dower writes: “I believe most people have spiritual experiences. My own are typically a deep emotional swell or wave, which seems […]

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