Spencer Johnson’s popular change management book “Who Moved My Cheese” provides a great parable about how we adapt to change. We can either sit around and hope our old favorite cheese will come back or we can go find a new favorite. The coming program … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jim Coakley
In addition to supporting congregations as they transition out of the pandemic, this year’s General Assembly was primarily focused on the institutional changes started four years ago. We are transforming ourselves into the truly welcoming organization we have always aspired to become.
This month we remember the 100th anniversary of one of the worst tragedies of racial violence in the United States, the Tulsa Race Massacre; an untold story kept hidden for almost a century. Driven by a climate of extreme racial tension and set off by … read more.
Our annual flower communion service will still be held virtually but let us celebrate the resilience of our community over the last year! Have your flower nearby when you log onto the service and be prepared to share your feelings about it. Does your flower … read more.
Back when we still could gather physically, the Open Circle Fellowship held a service auction. Sylvia Reed purchased a sermon of her choice and now I can finally fulfill that commitment. In alignment with our theme this month, we will explore how some traditional societies … read more.
Recently I’ve had a number of conversations with folks who are very happy with their Fellowship but are tongue tied when they try to tell others about it. Let’s explore why this is so and find the words to share our joy with others.
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Our three primary congregations plan to collaborate more closely going forward with an expanded ministry. It’s a bold initiative to support our Unitarian Universalist movement in the region and spiritual growth as individuals. It offers expanded programing and more ways to become connected and involved … read more.
The Christian Easter story tells us of angels intervening to roll back the stone covering the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth, thus releasing the resurrection. This metaphor of death and rebirth has a modern corollary in the struggles against the current opioid crisis. Local efforts … read more.