A celebration of the rebirths in our own lives with the Flower Communion–an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Flower Ceremony was introduced to the United States by … read more.
The nature of perseverance is practice. It takes practice to respect the inherent worth and dignity of every person. It takes practice to stand and speak and march for justice. It takes practice to give and build and love with no guarantee of recognition or … read more.
How do I resolve beliefs like the myth of Jesus, the trinity, virgin birth and resurrection into my personal theology? Does my Unitarian Universalism allow room for these Christian tenets?
Drownproofing in a time of rough seas.
In creating and directing our own lives, what do we have to work with? Gratitude is not simply a way of keeping a positive frame of mind. More importantly, its an evidence-based way to take inventory of what we have in our lives. Some of … read more.
Is everything worth doing worth doing well?
Intending to do something isn’t at all the same as living intentionally. How do we turn the one to the other?
We can have good intentions but do they match our impact?
Each year we invite several members to share their personal journeys to Unitarian Universalism. This year we have the privilege to hear members Ted Bernstein, Leah Cooper, Jason & Cristinaa Dwyer share their paths to UUCL.