December Seasonal Journal

It’s time to prepare for the next issue of the Seasonal Journal! The December edition will reflect our upcoming theme: A Christmas Carol.  Suggested topics include Choices, Compassion, Family, Forgiveness, Generosity, Guilt, Isolation, Kindness, Time, and Transformation.
We invite your submissions of articles, poems, and pictures. … read more.

Religious Life News, Nov 14

Welcome to our new method of communicating all the news fit to print type! We are trying to make the E-News and Order of Service leaner and easier to navigate by posting more information directly on the website. Please bear with us as we work … read more.

Forgotten History

In today’s service, Joetta tells a forgotten history of Northern Kentucky, including the lynching of African Americans in the front yard of a Universalist family. Lynching is murder, a hate crime, and even an act of terrorism. Lynching is murder, a hate crime, and even an act of terrorism…

Listening to Stones

Over the last few years, I have moved through hope and curiosity to a troubled spirit in response to trends in our shared association. I have hope in the new generation of leaders of color who bring a depth of wisdom and a new perspective … read more.

A Discovery of Nothingness

Guest Post by Frank Meyer

Can you
think of a point in your life when something important you had taken for
granted turned out to be completely different? I bet you have no trouble coming
up with such a point – occasionally, the universe seems to enjoy throwing us … read more.

First Hour, Children’s Worship and Themes

We are going to
offer expanded programming before the service starting this fall. It will be
called First Hour. We will offer
faith formation options across the lifespan, for all ages and interests. For
now, we’re calling this “religious development” time. This is a time for
learning together, growth, and … read more.

The Wheel of the Year

This year the staff team has worked
to schedule out a full year of themes.  When, in the last few years, we
have tried themes by month, we have found the time to be too short to dive deep
into the richness of the topic.  This year we … read more.