Resilience is our ability to respond to major changes. The turmoil of our national politics, the climate changes symbolized by Hurricane Harvey, and the recent violence in Charlottesville, all point to the turbulence around us. This Sunday is the first in a yearlong series on the nature of resilience.
We’ll do four rituals to mark the beginning of the church year: share symbols of our summer activities, bless the religious education teachers and helpers, and bless the Board and the Ministerial Search Committee. Join us to express our affirmation and support for the work these groups will do.
A Labor Day reflection by Ted Kluz
Led by the Rev. Keith Kron, the Director of the UUA’s Transitions Department. Living our Unitarian Universalist values isn’t always as easy as we would like it to be. Often what we strive for is not what actually happens. How can we improve the odds that we will lead with our best values inside and … Continued
Cortney Johnson shares her experience using cultural humility to promote social justice. Cultural humility is rooted in a life- long commitment to self-evaluation and critique, redressing power imbalances, and developing authentic, long lasting relationships.