Speaker: Rev. Becky Edmiston-Lange
ONLINE WORSHIP with Rev. Becky Edmiston-Lange, Adrian Rodriguez, and Katy Carpman
Join us this Sunday at 11 am! The live link to our Zoom service will be https://zoom.us/j/634270394
Connect at https://zoom.us/j/634270394
A mostly contemplative service to help us all find a measure of calm, reconnect with our center, and reconnect with our Beloved Community in this time of enforced “social distancing.” Because this is our first experiment with Zoom worship, the service will … read more.
Have you ever heard it said that life itself is an act of courage? Maybe courage isn’t just something that super heroes possess. But what is courage, really? What makes it possible for someone to be courageous? And how does courage manifest itself in our … read more.
That might very well have been the question on your lips if you had seen Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon exchanging wedding vows before San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom on June 16, 2008. They might have been old; they might have been in pantsuits; but … read more.
How did women win the vote? By insisting, by persisting, and by refusing to acknowledge any other possibility! One of the grande dames of the movement was Unitarian Susan B. Anthony. And to her, failure was impossible!
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee began in 1939, when Martha and Waitstill Sharp bravely risked their lives to support Jews fleeing the Holocaust. The UUSC is still at work with its partner organizations around the world advancing human rights. This year the UUSC is honoring … read more.
Perhaps no other event of modern U.S. history more exemplifies this month’s theme of “Persistence” than the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize was one of the songs the black community sang over and over to keep their spirits up as they … read more.
We UUs are famous for our freedom of belief, the fact that we do not have a creed of beliefs to which we must all subscribe. In UU congregations atheists rub shoulders with theists, neo-pagans with humanists, liberal Christians with naturalistic mystics – and some … read more.