No, that phrase doesn’t exactly rhyme, but in the climate of contemporary US politics, resistance often means the long–often mind-numbing–process of government. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
While many religions celebrate vibrant spring holidays, what is a nonbeliever to do? Hear the inspiring history of cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and the International Day of Human Spaceflight. A talk from Lóre Stevens, ministerial intern at First Universalist Church. Lóre Stevens (rhymes with ‘story’, she/her) is from Nashville TN. She graduated from Harvard Divinity School (HDS) and is completing her… Read More »Yuri’s Night: a Spring Holiday for All Humanity
Chances are that Galileo did not say “And yet it moves” after the Inquisition forced him to recant his heresy concerning the movement of the Earth around the Sun. However, celebrating the movement of our cosmos is what the Equinox is all about.
Stasis may equal safety but it never allows for progress. When we welcome change and allow ourselves to be vulnerable to growth, the unexpected can happen. Real life application: the UUA Article 2 Commission report.
We can learn valuable lessons from our personal vulnerability, but the pandemic, climate change, and US political and social instability can feel overwhelming. Is a positive collective vulnerability even possible?
The Latin root of the English word emotion is emovere, meaning “to agitate.” Dust off those Emo CDs and Goth outfit because its time to go . . . agitate. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
The English word love is often inadequate to describe the cornucopia of emotions that we feel. Love is an emotion but also hard work. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.