One could argue that humility is the opposite of fragility – perhaps it is even the greatest resource for resilience we have. How is the practice of humility alive in your own spiritual life and in the life of our congregations?
Broken Systems, Whole Hearts
“I don’t do systems,” a colleague of mine recently reflected. I think this person was expressing a desire to stay away from the bigger picture of today’s complex problems and look just to the individual level. In this sermon, we’ll look at what it is to “do systems” faithfully, looking at the whole picture - perhaps without being too overwhelmed. If the whole system is broken, what does faithful living call us to do?
Can't Keep a Storm From Coming
In the midst of a world that’s burning, figuratively and literally, how can we prepare our spiritual tool kits and our hearts to meet the challenges of a world that’s ever changing and increasingly heartbreaking?
To Heal the Wounded World
Mystical Judaism has long held that the work of human beings is to heal the world. From Fred Rogers to the Dalai Llama, teachers across the ages have laid down roadmaps for this healing. Listen as we explore a few of them.
Naming and Claiming - Ancestors of the Body, Mind, and Spirit
Rev. Alexa Fraser, our former intern, returns to RRUUC with a message for us to reflect on and to close the year.