Dispatches from Decade 8 Frontline on the Path to [R]evolution

About midway into my eighth decade, I have learned a thing or two. Part of our role, once we have become Elders, is to share some of that. This is my offering: learnings from racial//social//climate justice, personal transformation, and the joys and trauma of a longish life.

Forward Together – The Third Reconstruction and A Reason to Hope

Last year the UUA named Rev. Barber’s book The Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of the New Justice Movement as our 2016-17 Common Read. This week’s sermon will give you an overview of the themes of the book and argue that it is even more relevant post-election than it was before. Among other things, Barber can help us understand why we are where we are today and how we can find hope. How do we fit into the long view of history? Find out how we move forward together.