Looking for the Sacred in the Secular City-In-Person and Virtual Worship

Some religions make a firm distinction between the sacred and the secular, all that is holy and all that is worldly. In the Unitarian Universalist church we believe the line can grow blurry and even disappear. This Sunday we explore how to look for the divine in the human, the sacred in the ordinary and the eternal […]

Universal-ish-In-Person and Virtual Worship

Universalism has evolved over time, continually expanding to include more love for more people. We can learn a lot about our own Universalism by exploring stories from spiritual ancestors like Hosea Ballou, John Murray, and Joseph Jordan. Join Rev. Lóre Stevens, recent graduate of Harvard Divinity School and new minister of Foothills Fellowship in Maryville, […]

Explaining Ourselves to Each Other-In-Person and Virtual Worship

John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were good friends who became estranged from each other over politics in the early days of the American Republic. The two were not on speaking terms when one day John Adams wrote a letter that said, “You and I ought not to die before we have explained ourselves to each […]