Better than Sunday school
Forty hours of Chalice Camp is almost as much time as kids would get in a full year of Sunday school.
A spiritual subscription
Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism is hoping to build a more inclusive faith, one box at a time.
A flower grew
What my young daughter taught me about the meaning of death.
Keeping in conversation
Resisting the erasure of bisexuality.
What we want at the end
Talking about how we hope to die can help avoid needless suffering for our loved ones as well as for ourselves.
Visiting our First Source at the hospital
Megan has a terminal illness. Ralph has to make a huge decision. I plunge into their spiritual and religious landscapes. I do not see spirituality as disappearing, but as being present everywhere.
Holiday traditions, tangled up like lights
The holiday season can be a tangled web of memory, tradition, longing, and joy.
‘The Perils of Pauline’: Being kind to myself
Allowing myself to see my injuries and pain as ‘not my fault’ is a spiritual challenge.
Kwanzaa brings multifaith family together
As a Unitarian Universalist, Kwanzaa gives me—and my multifaith family—a chance to reflect on our commitments to our most deeply held principles.
Here come the awkward holidays
There are people who say they love us, but who voted for someone whose policies and promises threaten us and our beloveds.
Raising UU interfaith ambassadors
We must help Unitarian Universalist children and youth engage deeply with a variety of faith traditions.
A record of things wonderful
An atheist reckons with God, kids, and the Unitarian Universalist church.