The Art of Resistance

This Sunday we will look at the relationship between political resistance and art, including considering the impact of several present day examples.

The Lazy Mans Load

The first sermon I ever preached for this congregation began with a lesson from my grandmother that she called “The Lazy mans Load.” Seven years later I have a few new things to say about how this saying has shaped the way I understand spiritual community to work best.

Rooting For the Laundry

In my final sermon as the Minister of Mission Peak UU, I will explore what being a baseball fan has taught me about how to best support the team you love, in this case, team Mission Peak UU.

Honoring and Learning from Medieval Feminism

Honoring and Learning from Medieval Feminism

Patriotism in the Age of Trump

Patriotism in the Age of Trump

Who Do We Think We Are? Engaging the Hidden Diversity of Class

UUs tend to think of ourselves as mostly white (true), formally well-educated (more UUs have college degrees than do members of other religious denominations), and more affluent than most (maybe not quite as true as we think). But what if these assumptions, even though grounded in reality, actually serve to conceal congregants whose lives don’t fit this stereotype? What wisdom might we gain by exploring and welcoming our existing diversity?