We live in a world that suggests we should all be on a timeline – always headed for success, satisfaction, happiness, and completion. But what if there is no such thing as enough? What happens when we throw out the timeline and arrive fully … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Amanda Weatherspoon Minister for Justice & Community Building
With the unending barrage of news and scandal, chaos and outrage, it’s challenging to know where each of us fits into the complex puzzle — especially when it comes to our planet. What does it mean to live this close to the edge, to be … read more.
All around us we see life longing and yearning for expression. We see our stories reflected on the big and small screen, on the radio, and online — but do we recognize ourselves in one another? How can we create spaces where we can be … read more.
Even in the midst of uncertainty, the energy of the New Year is upon us. Somehow the switch from one month to the next inspires a cultural sense of hope, change, and possibility. And yet, we’re still the same people we were a couple of … read more.
As we near the middle of the path of Great Turning, we reflect while facing forward. While we move into a place of “Peace” in December, how can we move away from Peace as a notion of zero conflict and maximum happiness to an understanding … read more.
Part three of the Great Turning sermon series brings us to the challenging yet joyful space of ‘faith”. Faith is often thought of as one dimensional or naive, especially in our tradition which values and emphasizes reason and rationality. But we also know that Unitarian … read more.