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Beyond the Sharps’ War

Learn how Unitarian Universalists are called to muster the moral courage to take on the challenging times we face today.

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A monthly publication that explores a particular spiritual topic. Includes sermons, poetry, reflections, prayers and meditations.

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Family Quest

Our spiritual journey begins at birth and continues throughout our lives. All ages are invited to explore on the Family Quest.

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Please join us tomorrow as we stream our chapel service from UUA headquarters here on Facebook Live! The service will start at 11:30 a.m. EST on Tuesday, May 23. The theme of chapel this week is “We All Spill Soup, led by Rev. Erika Hewitt with music by Kenneth E. Griffith II. One of Erika's favorite t-shirts says, "Dear God, help me to be the person my dog thinks I am." Erika doesn't even have a dog, but as a person of faith, she knows that all of us need help, whether divine or human, to be the people we want to be. Join her as we reflect on the spiritual practice of strengthening our relationships by naming our mistakes and shortcomings. We look forward to you joining us!

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"Love it? Need It? Give it Away!" - Giving money away is essential for spiritual health, true freedom and happiness. Material treasures rust and fade, while gifts of the spirit are eternal.
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In May, we explore the theme of MONEY May 14 - Money Makes the World Go Round As we embark on this month's theme of Money, we start with the basic question: What does money DO? What is it FOR? The answer may surprise you. livestream.com/clfuu/201705-moneymakesworld May 21 - Enough Already In our lives, one of the rarest of experiences is enough-ness. But how much is enough? Explore the space between too little and too much with Learning Fellow, Kevin Jagoe. livestream.com/clfuu/201705-enoughalready May 28 - Love it? Need It? Give it Away! Giving money away is essential for spiritual health, true freedom and happiness. Material treasures rust and fade, while gifts of the spirit are eternal. livestream.com/clfuu/201705-loveitneedit

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  • 183: Black Lives of UUMay 18, 2017 - 1:00 PM EDT

    Lena K. Gardner and Leslie Mac, with the Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism organizing collective, join us to talk about the 2017 UUA General Assembly. For details and show notes, visit https://wp.me/p89xv1-4uy.

  • 182: Integrating Faith and Queerness with Michael CrumplerMay 11, 2017 - 1:00 PM EDT

    Michael Crumpler, UUA LGBTQ and Intercultural Programs Manager, joins the VUU. We talk about undiagnosed white supremacy and our limitations in progressive spaces in pastoring around race. Michael also shares his personal story about how his queer experience is informed by his blackness. For show notes, visit https://wp.me/p89xv1-4u2.

  • 181: Power, Religious Educators and Ministers with Meagan HenryMay 4, 2017 - 1:00 PM EDT

    Meagan Henry with LREDA joins us to explore power dynamics between ministers and religious educators and the role of Good Officers. For show notes, visit https://wp.me/p89xv1-4ts

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