Happiness–Biblical, Personal, Political

Some will remember that Bill led a service From U to UU in which he related his journey from being raised as a Universalist to accepting the merger to Unitarian Universalism. In the August 26th service, Bill will draw on his Universalist background, the Bible, Buddhism, his travels to Bhutan, Edward Everett Hale, Margaret Mead, […]

Solidarity Forever

Musings on the meaning of solidarity and labor in the 21st century. Are worker protections are a quaint relic of the past? Have unions grown too powerful and unresponsive to their membership? Labor Sunday is a perfect time to think about what it means to be “working class”, “blue collar” or “white collar” and what […]