We cannot do the work of understanding the fault lines of racial divisions in our society and seeking greater justice without getting in touch with some deep and difficult feelings. This is heart work, dealing with our fears, our shame, our grief, our suspicions and judgments, our frustrations, even our longings for redemption and hope, […]
In 1976, the year I became a student at the Divinity School there, the University of Chicago issued a book of more than 300 photographs of all the buildings on its campus, entitled Dreams in Stone. The academy – that idealized community of intellectual endeavor and discourse – they said was primarily a dream of […]
Our own Unitarian hero Theodore Parker said it, back before America’s civil war, in a sermon on the moral condition of Boston: What keeps you from a course of crime? Your Morality? Your Religion? Is it? Take away your property, your home, your friends, the respect of respectable people; take away what you have received […]
Our time for Creativity, Conversation and Community for all ages is from 10:00 to 11:00.
Parents need to pick their children up at 11:00 so they can sit with their family at the beginning of the 11:15 service. Sunday school classes begin after the children have attended the first part of the service.