Contemporary Unitarian Universalism was formed during the 1940’s and 1950’s. Some of the very eldest UU’s still remember those days. It was during these decades that Unitarianism shifted from thinking of itself as “the most enlightened wing of the Protestant Establishment” to staking out an … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Tom Schade
What stops us from trusting others? What prevents us from fully entering into community?
United or Untied?
Zygmunt Bauman – the title of his book is “Liquid Love” a phrase he used to describe human relationships in the culture we now live in. Relationships are fluid and … read more.
I was at one of those many conferences about growing Unitarian Universalism,10 or 15 years ago, when it came to me to ask the question: Why would someone want to be a UU?
Actually, the question was a little more sharply focused. What does a … read more.
First Reading: The Day Millicent Discovered the World.
The Day Millicent Found the World
Every morning Millicent ventured farther
into the woods. At first she stayed
near light, the edge where bushes grew, where
her way back appeared in glimpses among
dark trunks behind her. Then by farther paths
or openings where … read more.