Irish poet and philosopher John O’Donohue was a native Irish speaker, a former priest, and author of many books that continue to offer spiritual sustenance for believers and non-believers alike. He was a brilliant original thinker who, almost accidentally, became a bestselling writer and public … read more.
Rev. Rosemary Morrison, our invited interim minister, shares some insights about herself, including her biography, what brought her to ministry, and why she will be looking for cows to visit here in Indiana.
This service shined a light on the modern-day prophets, spiritual ecologists, creative souls, and everyday people who are speaking and acting for the Earth. The service included spoken word, poetry, and music from Traveler’s Dream (Denise Wilson and Michael Lewis).
Happy Easter, April Fools! by Various speakers
How the Apollo 8 Mission changed how humanity saw the earth. When we were able to see the earth as one planet in the loneliness of space, we were transformed.
Christmas & Kenosis Dec. 24 2017 Rev. D. Charles Davis
Howard Thurman was an African American theologian who co-founded The Church for The Fellowship of All Peoples. This intentionally inter-racial congregation held its first service at the First Unitarian Church of San Francisco on October 8, 1944. What can we learn from this experiment in … read more.
Emerson preached self-reliance. Thoreau wrote about civil disobedience. The Pledge of Allegiance proclaims liberty and justice for all. How can we make people be part of a group called ” Americans” yet allow them to remain individuals? Inspired by Howard Fineman’s book The Thirteen American … read more.
How can Unitarian Universalism be a safe place for GLBT people to be themselves and heal from an oppressive world? What can we do to reach out in a meaningful welcoming way?
There is healing power in hope. How do we harness that power without giving people false hope or selling deception. When is listening to reason too risky?