An unshakeable desire
Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout’s music ministry.
How might a Unitarian Universalist ritual of lament help when you are driven to cry out?
Music programs find challenges and creativity in move to online worship
Congregational music programs had to adjust quickly when the coronavirus pandemic forced worship services online. Now many are facing the reality that they might not meet in person again until next spring.
Congregations adapt to COVID-19 by going online
Offering worship services and other opportunities to connect online is “a forced exercise in emergence,” says the Rev. Karen Johnston, and “an opportunity to find people who need us.”
Spirituality on the go
New mobile app from the UUA offers worship resources for groups and individuals.
What are Joys and Sorrows?
We do not light candles because we believe they have a supernatural power to them, but we do believe there is power in standing together in these moments.
‘It is time now’
Worship highlights from the UUA General Assembly in Spokane, Washington.
Time to dance
We need to stop banishing embodiment from our worship.
Merry Christmas, Humanists
Millions of Humanists celebrate Christmas joyfully, meaningfully, and authentically, without pretending to be Christians or grinchishly trying to take anything away from them.
Writing our own story
Stories do three things.
Worship at General Assembly
Photographs and excerpts from worship services at the 2018 UUA General Assembly.
‘No time for a casual faith’: Watch the 2018 General Assembly’s Sunday worship service
‘As Unitarian Universalists, we are first and foremost religious communities that practice love as our foundation—and we are living in times of heartbreak, violence, and pain.’