Many of our most beloved holiday stories include people and circumstances that are very far from perfect. This Sunday we will ask why our highest praise is often given to those who are far from perfect as we ask what we truly expect in … read more.
When I was a small child I lived in Tehran, Iran, where I attended an international school. United Nations day was a day for carnival games and treats. We all dressed up to represent some part of our mixed heritage — because no … read more.
Manuel Perez is the Membership Coordinator for Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center, part of the Interfaith Workers Network. Today he will speak to us about the value of solidarity. Come learn how empowering communities can serve our spirits and the world.
Would you, could we, accept a place at the table of beloved community? Would we be skeptical of a wide and warm welcome? Would we be suspicious of motives behind an invitation? Maybe it wouldn’t be right to accept the invitation if … read more.
Our nation is at a point of moral crisis. We are hurting children, baiting war, and becoming more intolerant of each other.
I put forth that this is not who America was made to be. Yes, our history is built on enslavement, genocide, and militarization, … read more.
In an era of great conflict and controversy, how do we create a space to have conversation, how do we find a way to talk to each other? Aaron Davis, “a southern-raised gun enthusiast and special education teacher who made to work for the … read more.
Rev. Hultgren is a full-time chaplain at the University of Kentucky HealthCare in Lexington, with oncology as her clinical focus. UUCL ordained her to the Unitarian Universalist ministry during the record snowstorm in January 2016. Between 2009 and 2014 she served as a chaplain in … read more.
Baby Dedication, New Member Recognition and Religious Education Volunteers Recognition
We are bombarded with words. The information age has assured no escape from information, but also, no guarantee of truth, accuracy, or nobility. How do we who want to live as faithful people make sense of the cacophony? We can start by orienting … read more.
We held a special 6:45 a.m. sunrise service followed by a breakfast.
The 11 A.M. SERVICE includes our annual Flower Communion. Please bring a flower to share if possible. Extras will be available.