The Unitarian theologian James Luther Adams said that he did not believe in ‘the immaculate conception of virtue.’ Every action taken to help make the world a better place is committed by imperfect human beings with incomplete knowledge without certainty of success. Nevertheless, we persist. … read more.
- Indigenous Peoples’ History of the US Book DiscussionWe will be completing our discussion of the 2019-20 Unitarian Universalist Association’s Common Read, An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on November 9th and 16th via Zoom There will be a short recap of the first session that took in March during the November 9th meeting. You need not have ...
- Third Thursday Evening MeditationJoin us on the third Thursday of the month at 7 pm to end your day with a guided meditation and check in. The meditation will be the same as the one on the preceding Wednesday, but feel free to come to both! Facilitated by Mark Mohundro. To join, please email Mark for a link ...
- Third Wednesday Morning Meditation and Check InStart your morning with a guided meditation and check in on the third Wednesday of the month. Facilitated by Mark Mohundro. Please email mark at firstname.lastname@example.org
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