We are now in Phase 3 (of 7) of the search for a settled minister. Up to now it has been mostly a matter of filling out paperwork for the UUA and getting things in place to begin our search. A Transitions Team has been … read more.
Whether or not you attended Emerson UU’s worship service Sunday November 15th, you may like to check out a few of these resources.
UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENTS:
Learn more about the Rights and Resistance of Indigenous People of Texas. Details at https://emersonhouston.org/social-action/ministry-for-earth/ :
Thursday, November … read more.
It was not only interesting but inspiring to see how people embraced new ways of trick-or-treat this Halloween, from treat tables to candy chutes to scavenger hunts. Some of the solutions were fun enough that they may carry over into a post-pandemic world!
What if we … read more.
This post is based on the October 11th Adult Religious Education RE session entitled “Self-Care During the Pandemic”, presented by Ian Sachs, April Smith, and Marci Collier.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Ian, he is the coordinator of … read more.
As I write this, we are just a month into a new interim ministry here at Emerson and a few days past the annual Homecoming Sunday service during which we entered into a new covenantal relationship. For those of you who might have missed … read more.
Lately I’ve struggled to write newsletter columns. It took me month to figure out why.
See, in normal times I’d head to IHOP for what I call “Breakfast Meeting with Myself.” Over the years it’s moved from mere routine to ritual. Stirring my coffee before drizzling … read more.
I am writing to introduce myself to you as your new Interim Minister but first I want to say how excited I am to be joining you on this journey! Welcoming in an interim minister can be both exciting and challenging, especially after you have … read more.
George Floyd’s death and the protests and movement following it are changing the world. And changing the world involves changing minds and hearts. In such a challenging time, I find hope in the many Emersonians who are taking a stand and reaching out to learn … read more.
It is so hard to believe that this is my last column as your minister! There have been times in this unusual spring when it has seemed surreal that I would be retiring without being in your physical presence again. But so it is to … read more.