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The Flame of Life

As we settle into this season of light, we spend some time contemplating our Unitarian Universalist sacred symbol– the flaming chalice. This Sunday we’ll focus on its history as a symbol of safety and freedom, while also considering the ancient Jewish story of Hanukkah, which … read more.

Why We Are Spiritual Creatures

This is Rev. Jim’s companion sermon to the book group discussion of The Awakened Brain: The New Science of Spirituality and Our Quest for an Inspired Life by Dr. Lisa Miller.

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Teen Takeover

Members of our Being A Teen Group (BATS) lead our service and give us their thoughts on generosity.

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We Only Have What We Give

Isabel Allende’s tragic loss of her 28-year-old daughter transformed her outlook on life. Embracing impermanence, she found peace and happiness through generosity.

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Why I’m Proud to Be an American

The American past includes a great number of tragic mistakes, and it can be difficult, given our current political realities, to be hopeful about the future of democracy. Jon Shelton, a UW-Green Bay professor, argues that we have an important heritage of democratic activism in … read more.

Life’s Generosity

When we ask ourselves, “Why did ____ happen to me?“, it’s not hard to consider ourselves cursed. By contrast, Unitarian Universalism focuses on life’s generosity and inherent goodness, which in turn enables us to cope with our struggles. Let us renew this spiritual practice together … read more.

Supporting Coming Out Day Everyday

Queer teens are vulnerable in all our communities and we have an opportunity to support them as allies beyond just annual Pride events. In this service I make the case for supporting safe spaces where all have an opportunity to express themselves authentically and be … read more.