Unitarian Universalism

Widows’ Mites and Buried Treasure

Each week we take an offering. We don’t talk much about it, except when it is for another charitable organization. Yet Western religion retells stories Jesus told that use money both literally and metaphorically. Can we still learn something about generosity, spirituality and strategy from … read more.

The Promise and the Practice

The UUA Board and President are inviting every Unitarian Universalist congregation to be part of “The Promise and the Practice,” a Sunday to commit our full support for Black Lives of UU and to reimagine the future of our faith.

Peace, Liberty, and Justice for All

In December we hear carols proclaiming “Peace on Earth, Goodwill to All!” We never achieve that goal, but having it allows us to do good in the world. In this third sermon of eight in the series on UU Principles, we explore the meaning and … read more.

Conscience and Democracy

In this second of eight sermons on Unitarian Universalist Principles, we look at the Fifth Principle. Unitarian Universalist congregations and our association function democratically and promote the same in the world. And just as the Qur’an says there is no compulsion in matters of faith, … read more.

Our Unitarian Heritage: William Ellery Channing

Channing was a flag-bearer in an early-1800s culture war, against a harsh Calvinist orthodoxy. His sermons helped Unitarianism break from Congregationalism and develop a separate identity and theology. Is Channing relevant today, or is he past his sell-by date?

General Assembly Roundup

This year the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association took place in New Orleans, Louisiana. At this service, our GA attendees will share from what they experienced/ learned at GA.