It is impossible to know with certainty who wrote the four canonical gospels. But if we read between the lines and consider the gospels that were cut from the Bible, we can pretty well understand what they intended to convey about Jesus.
A remembrance of those who died within the last year, those people who made a difference in our lives.
Whatever questions are dropped into the Question Box will be answered.
What's the question that you ask when you walk into church? "What's in it for me?" Or perhaps, do you ask, "How can I make a difference here?" .
Today, at the Annual Meeting, we will vote on our new covenant.
Current events seen from a Unitarian Universalist perspective.
Rev. Jeff is again visited by Coyote the Trickster. Coyote learns that Easter teaches us that salvation is no longer a matter of following the rules. No one can follow the rules all the time. Besides, life is no fun if it’s all about following the rules.
The pagan origins of our holidays and pagan influence in American culture.
What is knowledge and what is belief? What is faith?
The value and the challenge of living in community. And the cost.
Love and all that kinda stuff.
Those who would make abortion illegal have created a fog. The way to see the issue clearly is to turn on your foglamps.
White Supremacy and White Privilege
What's in the future for Unitarian Universalists?
The root of "forgive" also provides us with the words, "duty" and "gift." How do you suppose these three words are tied together?
Religious liberalism involves a willingness to affirm faith without certainty. This is not the same thing as faith without conviction. Religious liberals tend to hold faith claims with a certain tentativeness, which reflects a commitment to open-ended inquiry and the realization that truth is not given once and for all time.
Service to humanity is absolutely critical to an enjoyable life.
A conversation with Coyote the Trickster about the stuff in our lives, and how it can pervert our motives during the holiday season.
The second in a series of services about the language we use in church. Is there any room for atonement? How about grace? What about sin and salvation?
We are visited by William Ellery Channing, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore Parker. What do you suppose they left us in their writings and philosophies?