To live from a radical center of love is prophetic, creating a new path forward. What is the world you want to create? How will you inhabit it? Musical text will be “I Wanna Believe” by Climbing Poetree. This is Rev. Louise’s last day with us.
Speaker: Rev. Louise Green Minister of Congregational Life
Doing justice these days, and over the long haul, requires stamina and compassion. How might we develop ways of being that are grounding, healing and restorative?
People of free faith have long made agreements about how to be together as their best selves, in promises called covenants. We explore the structure of this rich Unitarian tradition and the relationship to the many freedoms we affirm. This will launch a process of exploring a statement of covenant at River Road, led by … read more
Rev. Louise Green, Minister of Congregational Life. Special Guest Musicians “Emma’s Revolution” How racial privilege shapes all aspects of living is a hot topic in the nation and our UU denomination today. How might we purposefully decide to keep seeing whiteness, and the access and advantages it can bring?
We affirm that RRUUC is a welcoming place, and our congregational culture is often described as friendly. Welcome matters even more in a time when many feel under attack. Could we expand our hospitality further, making it more explicit that all are welcome?
Rev. Louise Green, Minister for Congregational Life and Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd, Senior Minister September’s theme here at River Road is “purpose.” Today we’ll reflect on what the voice of our purpose in shared ministry might ask us to do.