In the dark we imagine scary things, but we also find magic in nature and the healing power of silence. In this intergenerational program, we explore our fear of the dark.
Families can be sources of love and distress. Using Easter messages of hope and transformation, we will explore illusions about the “happy family” as well as family secrets.
Lynda Doll is a retired psychologist and a family historian.
Do we have the vision to see ourselves truly, to come into the power of embracing our wholeness? In this sermon adapted from one by the Reverend Peter Friedrichs, we explore the late UU minister Forrest Church’s mandate to “be who you are” and to … read more.
We are bombarded daily with news of deaths on college campuses, in community centers, and on the streets of our inner cities. Together we will explore this epidemic of gun violence and ask what our personal and religious responses should be in preventing these tragic … read more.