Sermons from March 2023
In light of recent events, this week we’ll talk about our responsibility as UUs to not just “talk the talk”, but instead, “walk the walk” when it comes to what we believe. Even when – in fact, especially when – it feels uncomfortable, difficult, and disruptive to do so.
Join us as we welcome the return of spring and the promise of new possibilities. Ostara is a time of balance and renewal when Earth awakens from its winter slumber and new life begins to emerge. Celebrate with us as we honor the Goddess Ostara, and celebrate spring and the Vernal (Spring) Equinox!
“Article II” is one of the most important sections of our UUA’s by-laws – the section that defines what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist through our seven principles. In the last few years, you may have heard whisperings of an “eighth principle” or other potential updates to our principles and religious sources. This Sunday we’ll learn what’s been going on with Article II, what it means for us, and how we can get involved.