Sunday, March 1 "Nothing Left to Say" - Rev. Leslie Takahashi and Rev. David Morris Each moment of the present contains the DNA of the future. The decisions we make today are what sow the seeds for a glorious future. Join Revs. Leslie Takahashi and David Morris for this celebration of who we are and that which we have yet to become.
Sunday, February 15 "Get Your Salvation Here" - Mr. Barb Greve Our Universalist forbearers were creative about proclaiming a heretical message in which a loving God would not condemn his children. But our understanding of Heaven, Hell, Damnation and Salvation has changed over the years. Join Mr. Barb as he explores some of the changes and shares his thoughts on achieving Salvation.
Sunday, February 22 "Nothing Left to Say" - Rev. David Morris When things seem wrong, the urge to “do something” is immensely powerful. Feeling helpless can lead us to urgently try strategies that can’t work, or simply to turn away. When it seems there’s nothing left to do or say, what possibilities are still there for us?
Sunday, February 8 "A Driving Passion" - Rev. David Morris Religion is more than a set of beliefs about the origins and nature of existence. It is more than a list of ethical expectations; it is more than a collection of guidelines for living; it is more than a model for a just human community. For better and for worse, there is immense power in religion, waiting for us to decide if we wish to take it up.
Sunday, February 15 "Apocalypse When? Weaving the World Anew" - Rev. Dr. Leisa Huyck Is there hope for this world? How do the stories we live by affect the ways in which we might answer this question? Come hear a story, both ancient and new, that just might give you hope.
Rev. Dr. Leisa Huyck is a former ecologist who worked in sustainable agriculture research and education for 20 years before becoming a minister. She is called to help make the spiritual transformation our culture needs in order to live sustainably, with love and justice for all, on our beautiful, blue-green planet.
Sunday, February 1, 2015: "An Irresistible Sense of Mission" - Rev. Kathleen McTigue Some of the most powerful movements for social justice have been inspired and sustained by religious faith and practice. Many of us yearn to bring our justice commitments into deeper conversation with our spiritual lives, to find that same inspiration and sustenance. How might we learn do this, individually and together -- and what difference can it make? Please join us in welcoming Special Guest the Rev. Kathleen McTigue, the Director of the UU College of Social Justice. Prior to accepting this position in 2012, she served as a parish minister for 25 years, first in North Carolina and then New Haven, CT. She currently resides in Boston, MA.