Sometimes relationships come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have echos of the past that stay with us long afterward. But we don’t have to be afraid of the ghosts, even if they are reminders of a past that can’t be changed. … read more.

We Will Not Forget

One of our traditions is to sing the names of those within our community and our community’s circle who have died. We sing to remember. We remember to honor people, celebrate life, and reconnect with our own mortality.


As our Board invites us to consider what it might mean to include the word “Universalist” in our name, this week we take time to consider who the Universalists were, and how their story speaks to us today.


The word unitarian was once the insult that orthodox church leaders cast upon their more liberal neighbors, but we claimed it as our own. Now more than 200 years after William Elery Channing preached his sermon on Unitarianism, we take time to ask what is … read more.