Across traditions, stillness has not been an end but a means of preparation. How might that help us in this busy season?
Rev. Wendy Williams - Senior Minister
When we are in pain or under threat, what can we hold on to?
On this Sunday following the election, despite the results and in the possibility of not knowing election results, this community will gather to be with one another in support and companionship. This hour will be a musical embrace of courage, remembering that we are on … read more.
It feels almost silly to say we live in bodies. Yet it is a worthy reminder. It is in our bodies that we feel hope and fear. It is were we constrict and relax. Our body is where we feel pain and healing. Neither our … read more.
Ysaye Barnwell’s song “Breaths” invites us to listen to the ancestor’s breath. What might we learn if we did?
In our world, yes is often conflated with consent or agreement. What if, instead, it were a practice integral to deep listening?
In Congressman John Lewis’s posthumously published op-ed, he urged us to answer the highest calling of our hearts. How does deep listening put us on that path?
UUSC President, the Rev. Mary Katherine Morn will join us to preach stories of courage and invite us to know more about the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
As our Jewish siblings begin the Days of Awe, they celebrate the birth of the world. In sharing that story, we invite ourselves to come out of the narrow places and remember the sparks anew.
In typical years, this Sunday we gather to celebrate the beginning of a new church year. Bereft of gathering, how might we celebrate our future by remembering our past?