Did you know that Loveworks Academy, the charter school housed at FUS, is one of only five black-led and black-taught school in Minnesota? For Black History Month, let’s celebrate this treasure and look to how Loveworks Academy is shaping the future in Minnesota.
Before he leaves for the day my friend Mark picks up three, warm, sloppy bags of kitchen compost from the floor. Watching him, I pray the bags hold long enough for him to get up the stairs, through the front doors, and out to our city compost bin. It’s always a gamble. So far we are winning. I am deeply grateful… Read More »Kitchen Notes – From Dave Leussler
A Conversation with Lena K. Gardner of Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism. When we expand our thinking about who is in our movement, we see what was there all along. Ms. Gardner and Rev. Kelli will explore BLUU and why it matters to all of us.
February 2 is well-known in our culture as Groundhog’s Day, but the significance of that date goes back considerably further than a tradition involving wildlife in Pennsylvania. The midpoint of astrological winter, this time has been referred to as Imbolc, Candlemas, and more. It is often a time of looking ahead to what is on, or maybe even just beyond,… Read More »Reflecting On Imbolc
For our Intergenerational Assembly Rev. Dr. David Breeden discusses the ethical considerations of what we owe future generations in terms of a livable planet. Challenging the Western-centric narratives in climate action and embracing indigenous knowledge. Symmachus once said, “To think highly of one’s ancestors is good, to think highly of one’s descendants even better.”
Join us for “Meal and a Movie.” This is an activity for everyone who loves to enjoy a home-cookedmeal and watch a movie about cooking! 5:00 p.m. (note time change from 2023): FUS Lower Auditorium.Bring a home-cooked (ideally) or store-bought entree, side dish, and/or dessert based on the movie theme (below), to share among 15 people. BYOB; water provided. 6:00… Read More »2024 Dates for Meal and a Movie
Join Revs. Kelli, Jé, and David plus special guests for an MLK Weekend roundtable on our theme for January: Liberation. Where are we? Are we fulfilling our obligations to future generations?
According to a Pew Research Center study, 49% of Americans report having at least one mystical experience. What does having one mean? Do personal mystical experiences positively affect society? A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
A January Series – Presented by Active Voices and the Climate Action Team January 14, 12pm – 1pm: What are the Top Water Issues Facing Minnesota today? | WATCH LIVE HERE Presenter: Steve Ring, Chair – Water and Wetlands Stewards, Sierra Club North Star Chapter Steve will share the top water quality and quantity challenges facing our state, and give… Read More »Protecting Minnesota Waters