Confronting evil

… with justice, compassion, and love.  The second enumerated source of the Unitarian Universalist tradition is, “Words and deeds of prophetic people which challenge us to confront powers and structures of evil with justice, compassion, and the transforming power of love.” In this third sermon … read more.

You’re enough!

…and what to do when you’re not enough… Unitarian Universalism is an optimistic tradition that values life and humanity and each individual. We understand that we do not have to be supplemented from outside ourselves to be worthy. But we also all experience pain and loss … read more.

Love Does Not Insist


After writing that love is patient and kind, the Apostle Paul wrote that “love does not insist on its own way.” Yet, healthy relationships have healthy boundaries, which seems at odds with the apostle’s description. Rev. Paul Britner sorts this out in a message about … read more.