No doubt you’ve heard that this year’s election cycle may re-define what we mean by democracy, or it may end democracy in America altogether. We are called by our Fifth Principle to uphold democratic process in our organizational decision making – while at the same … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Mark Richards
Unitarian Universalists have a long and proud history of social justice leadership which is grounded in our deep spiritual and theological roots. Rev. Mark Richards joins Rev. Jim for this service which lays the foundation for an afternoon strategic planning workshop by the Wisconsin UU … read more.
Henry David Thoreau wrote, “What is the value of any political freedom, but as a means to moral freedom?” Today, the word freedom is used politically to justify a myriad of ideas, from the freedom to openly carry assault rifles to the freedom to leave … read more.
Gratitude as a theme of the traditional Easter story often reflects feelings that a risen Christ has relieved us of the burden of our sins. However, this is not a common Unitarian Universalist understanding. We will explore the nature of gratitude and find some meaning … read more.