Tag: UU Identity

Telling Our Stories

It’s 10:21 pm. The parents have said their good-byes. Five more hours and we are headed to the airport. The youth are excited, roaming the church – and nowhere near ready for sleep. Time to finish these musings, musings about the importance of stories … read more.

Ours is a Covenental Faith

What do we mean when we say that Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal faith?  It points to our history as a faith focused on the quality of how we relate with one another.  In 1648 The Cambridge Platform gave expression to the way congregational churches … read more.

Teaching about Christianity

I am excited, and a bit nervous, about March in our congregation. Our worship theme is Christianity, which over the past half century seems to have become the most challenging world religion for us to discuss and experience as Unitarian Universalists. It’s definitely the most … read more.