Joy and Woe are Woven Fine

Recently the psychiatrist Mark Ragins has proposed that there are several identifiable stagesin recovery of one’s mental health, similar in concept to the stages of death and dying identified by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. We will reflect on these concepts and how they might be helpful in our lives.  Rev. Barbara Meyers is a Unitarian Universalist Community … Continued

Building a New Way

Unitarian Universalism is a challenging faith.  We are called to build a better world and a better religious community.  Recent events have taught us that racism impacts even the structures and institutions of our beloved faith.  This service is our way to participate in a national level teach-in on white supremacy. Reverend Theresa Novak, Speaker; Lara … Continued

Our Need to be Religious

We UUs are a unique breed, put off by much of the rituals and creeds of more traditional religion. But that doesn’t mean we’re not religious, as deeply and authentically religious as anyone else who might make the claim. Even when we have differences our commitment to our UU faith, as one minister has put … Continued

Note: for transcripts of Reverend Theresa Novak's sermons, go to her blog here