… We want to rest. We need to rest and allow the earth to rest. We need to reflect and to rediscover the mystery that lives in us; that is the ground of every unique expression of life, the source of the fascination that calls all things to communion.
We declare a Sabbath, a space . . . → Read More: We Declare a Sabbath
I am watching this congregation do great things. Our arc is bending in a very positive direction. In addition to our full time minister and 5/8 time office administrator, in the past four years we’ve hired a full time DLRE, a music director, and a coffee server. Included in the budget for next year is . . . → Read More: I Am Watching This Congregation Do Great Things
“Guiding a Tour in a Foreign Land”, Sunday Forum audio presented by Sherry Hardage on April 7, 2013. Last fall, Sherry Hardage organized a tour of the Mexican state of Chiapas for the Los Alamos Mountaineer’s Club, while she was living in a cave in Turkey. Sherry will discuss the challenges of organizing a tour . . . → Read More: Guiding a Tour in a Foreign Land
“The Only Virtue That Matters”, Sermon audio presented by Rev. John Cullinan on April 7, 2013. April’s theme is gratitude, the unsung principle of Unitarian Universalism.
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Before I was a minister, I was a professional out-of-work actor—which is to say that I worked many different day jobs while auditioning (or not) for gigs that rarely paid. Most of these jobs were in retail, and the ones that weren’t usually involved my having to interact with customers. Regardless of where I worked, . . . → Read More: Something of a Chip on my Shoulder