Moving mountains one stone at a time
As Unitarian Universalists, our journey is to transform the big and the small, to transform ourselves, and to transform the world.
At the core of Unitarian Universalism is the idea that my truth and your truth can both be true, even if they contradict each other.
BLUU announces black theology symposium this fall
Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism drafts bylaws, introduces membership program, and works to end cash bail.
Nothing we do will be perfect
To work for justice, religious liberals should let perfectionism go.
The power of we
Mission and covenant are an antidote to individualism. They remind us of the responsibilities that come with an affirmation of interdependence.
We are people who put windows in doors
Putting holes in things that used to be solid is hard. Some days, there is broken glass everywhere. And not all of us are skilled with the metaphorical power tools.
Faith for the unbeliever
More than an adherence to a belief system, faith is an orientation to life.
Grateful for the dark
We need to be a faith that is talented at companioning ourselves and others in the mysterious, the unknown, the small hours of the night.
Nature demands respect
We need Thoreau’s ‘tonic of wildness’ to confront climate change. As he explained, ‘We need to witness our own limits transgressed.’
How far can Unitarian Universalism’s First Principle go?
As national events chip away at my First-Principle practices, I have to wonder: What will be left?
Divinity within each person
Pagan and Earth-centered traditions in Unitarian Universalism.
Sin is personal, not just systemic
Does the sin of white supremacy live in us or in the systems beyond us?