December 18, 2022 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without the influence of Unitarian Universalists. Come here how our forebears shaped the holiday we now know.
December 4, 2022 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. It is the time of the days getting shorter, more dark than light. Darkness provides its own spiritual gifts and as we draw nearer to the solstice, we have the chance to go inward.
November 27, 2022 by Bis Thornton The goddess of springtime and a chalice made out of necessity get together to celebrate God’s birthday–what time of year is it again? Well, let me show you around the calendar of my heart and tell you a few stories, and together we can meditate upon this season of […]
November 20, 2022 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford Part of being in a UU community is that we “feed” each other from our individual heritage. Please bring a bread from your heritage (or significant to you) to share.
By Carrie Holley-Hurt on November 13, 2022 We come together to build the beloved community but how does our faith help us to push past the temptation of falling into complacency or anxiety?
October 23, 2022 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford and the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Team Unitarian Universalist congregations are looking to make our commitment to anti-racism/anti-oppression clear, while also doing our own internal work, through considering adding an 8th Principle to our historic principles.
October 16, 2022 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. You’re not being melodramatic. We are facing existential threats to democracy, human rights, and the earth itself. But there are some keys to surviving and even thriving. (Sadly, the live stream for this service suffered numerous technical problems.)