Kissing the Pope’s Ring

Perhaps the greatest sign of covenant with the Roman Catholic Church is the act of kissing the Pope’s ring. It is supposed to be an outward symbol of a deeply felt covenant, yet history has shown that hasn’t always been the case. Although Unitarian Universalists … read more.

Overcoming Tribalism

Tribalism is an accurate name for the animosity we are experiencing right now. But instead of accepting it, Robert Wright describes how we can work to overcome it in “How Mindfulness Can Heal the World”. His insight into evolutionary psychology and Buddhism offer us a … read more.

Who Were the First Christian Generation?

The first Christian generation had very different beliefs when compared to Modern Christianity. Yet, Modern Christianity did, in fact, derive from the original Christians. But no current modern denomination actually has the same beliefs as those taught by the first followers of Jesus of Nazareth.

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Toxic Talk

People in our society have adopted bad habits of speech, leading to a tattering of our social fabric and both an inability and an unwillingness to engage with those outside of a pre-selected and safe circle. Building relationships begins, I think, with what Buddhism’s Noble … read more.

Potluck Sunday

Every fifth Sunday of the month is Potluck Sunday. In lieu of a service, join us at 10 a.m. at the fellowship for food and conversation.