The sixth source of Unitarian Universalism asks us to celebrate the sacred circle of life, and to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. What do teachings from Earth-centered traditions and others hold for us in an age of rapidly changing climate?
Members of the Green Sanctuary Committee offer reflections on their reading of the UUA's 2018 Common Read, Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class and the Environment. Service leader Becky Seth, speakers Linda Brown, Marj Willeke, Rachael Herpel and Becky Seth.
We know that we are all connected, and that all deserve dignity. And yet we also know that too often voices of privilege are centered in our lives and in our worship services. This week we will center voices of Unitarian Universalist religious professionals of color, speaking about their experience in our shared faith.
Paul Simon sings "For reasons I cannot explain/There's some part of me wants to see/Graceland." The impulse to pilgrimage, to journey to a place of significance, is part of many traditions, including ours. What does it mean to be a pilgrim? Where are you going?