There has been an important conversation going on for the last few years between Christmas Orthodoxy and holiday heretics. And the conversation breaks down like so many do – between the Davids and Goliaths. And it’s all about who gets to control the narrative. But … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Greg Ward
One of the things UUs value most in todays world is education – opportunities to learn about how the world really works, especially in areas and on topics that really matter where we don’t have first hand access or information. The Guest at Your Table … read more.
As a nation, our relationship with the land on which we live – and the people who lived on it before us, is awash in complicated and unreconciled conflict. More and more, people are wanting a place of healing. To get there we must walk … read more.
We live in a world of great disparity. Some get a lot. Some get enough. And some live every day on less than enough. The inequity of distribution of wealth and food and housing and privilege is striking when we look at it. What we … read more.
It’s a very tough time in life. For our careers, our families and our souls. There is a pandemic sweeping the country. And it’s having a severe effect on our mood. And our relationships. Certainly, our future and maybe even our theology and religion. Meanwhile … read more.
As human beings, we are familiar with things that frighten us. Our original physiological architecture includes a hard-wired system to pay attention to things that threaten our existence or safety. Upgrades to our human operating system have given us overrides to those rudimentary networks, but … read more.
No one likes the grammar police. That is, until some mischievous comma crook runs off with your intention and changes what you know you said… or when someone literally says ‘literally’ like a million times (when they don’t). Then, who is there to put a … read more.
Animals are beautiful. We admire and appreciate them for many things. But one of the biggest things is how they are true to their nature. But they live in different worlds. Pets are a tiny, special segment of the animal kingdom who live in our … read more.
Covenant – the intentionality of being in ‘right relations’ with those around us is an ideal we strive to live up to. And, because we are perfectly imperfect, we (like all human beings) occasionally fall short of our ideals – and those who love us … read more.
Noah had a dilemma. It seems the world was going to hell in a handbasket and, frankly, he was hoping for something a little more promising. Together with his neighbor and the wisdom of the animals of his community, they reflect on a theology that … read more.