Topic: Courage

The Times They Were A’Changin’ – Lessons of the 1960s [video]

Get out your tie-dies for a Sunday morning flashback! Though this remarkable decade ended long ago, the 1960s helped shaped the lives of many UUs, including some who had not yet been born. As we approach the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, what can we learn from the Sixties – both from what worked and what didn’t?

If you’re in the mood to dress up, come to church in tie-dyes, beads, boots or sandals, headbands, dashikis, wearing political buttons, etc. Right on!

Courageous Unitarian Universalists [pdf]

Throughout American history, Unitarians and Universalists have helped lead many of the social movements of their time: the abolition of slavery, universal suffrage, aid to war refugees, and the improvement of life conditions for struggling Americans, among others. Join us on June 23 to celebrate four Unitarian Universalists who devoted their lives to those causes and bravely lived out the values of our denomination.

It’s a Man’s World, or is it?

The hegemony of men in our society has been in a state of disruption for over a hundred years and in decline for fifty years, notwithstanding the rear guard action of many. As the stereotypical role of men falls apart, what will take its place. Father’s Day is appropriate to speculate on that new paradigm using the tool of Hegelian Dialectics. Will there even be a ‘Man’s Role’ in the future or will there be a completely new concept of division of labor or none at all?

Bridging our Young Adults into the World

Join us this Sunday as we send out the young adults in our congregation into the wider world. Please attend to show them how much we appreciate their presence and support them in their journey through adulthood. Let us endorse and strengthen their act of moving forward and join our courage with theirs to create the world we wish to see

Courage in Social Justice

As Unitarian Universalists, we take pride in our history of social justice. Our times today beseech us to stand up for justice, to show up when needed, to oppose those forces that we feel are inflicting discrimination and inequality on others. Can we look at ourselves and state that we are doing this? Do we have the courage of our convictions? Join us this Sunday to explore the dichotomy between our beliefs and our actions