Environmentalism has always resisted the dominant cultural view that nature is merely a resource for humans for seemingly unending consumption. The Rights of Nature is a growing global movement to transform Indigenous values into enforceable laws that can protect the planet for all life. This … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jim Coakley
The Christian Easter story of descending into a dark tomb of death and returning to the light of life is a great metaphor for spiritual resistance. As our society seems to be descending into a tomb of fear, anxiety and despair, Unitarian Universalism keeps resisting … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists we pride ourselves on our acceptance of diverse religious paths. We are expected to explore and discover pathways that hold meaning and sustain life. Yet, we don’t explore in isolation. We come together as a congregation to find others to share our … read more.
Did the Rabbi Jesus understand the human condition better than anyone until Freud? He preached that love was the greatest commandment, the greatest force in the universe. Modern psychology preaches that it is foundational to a healthy life.
Most would name our seven principles and six sources as the base upon which we find our UU center. How they are communicated is currently being re-imagined by our Unitarian Universalist Association and the changes will be voted on at General Assembly this June. Come … read more.
These services will take place at the Fox Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Appleton. A Zoom link will be provided the week before.
• 4:00 pm – Family & Child Friendly
• 7:00 pm – Secular Adult-focused service
• 9:00 pm – Christmas Eve with UU Christian Communion
For many, the coming longest night of the year is a metaphor for dark feelings of grief and loss. In this service we acknowledge the emptiness of broken relationships (human or otherwise) and use ritual to help heal. You are invited to bring a small … read more.