LISTEN: In honor of Women’s History Month, we will celebrate the lives of two of the women in the history of our Unitarian Universalist movement who, through their courage and determination, advanced the cause of educational and social equality for all women in America.
As we come together in community following summer and ease into the season of autumn, we become aware of the subtle shift in the earth’s natural light and its energy. Our minds, too, subtly shift gears: the transition into the stillness of the winter months begins.
Mother Earth can help bring us energy and calm. In observance of Earth Day, we will have a shortened service in the Sanctuary, followed by a few mindfulness practices on the Square.
The UUA selected the Rev. Paul Rasor’s, “Reclaiming Prophetic Witness: Liberal Religion in the Public Square” to be its Common Read for 2014-15. Timely when written, and perhaps even more so now, the author addresses head-on our UU tendency to avoid using religious references in our social justice work. This service will share Rasor’s premise that engaging in social … Continued