I see you out there living your lives with vulnerability and with courage.
Paradoxically, in order to be truly welcoming and loving, we have to have boundaries.
We all need belonging and meaning-making. We create it in "small circles" and "quiet processes."
Contemplative silence aligns our minds and hearts. It reveals the wisdom of our multiple intelligences and deepens our awareness &...
A spiritual and ethical approach to immigration issues that goes deeper than the concept of hospitality.
Beauty is not a luxury. We are carried, called, resurrected by beauty.
You are beautiful. You are loved.
Now is the only time you can live. If you can take control of that, you can also take control of your past and future.
Mike tells his faith journey.
The poet David Whyte tells of a mentor advising him that "the antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest, but wholeheartedness."
Good News for Unitarian Universalism: Wrestling with the reality of white supremacy.
Rev. Emily's Opening Words for our service honoring Juneteenth.
Inspired by the story of the Olympic rowing team of 1936