What has Unitarian Universalism conceded to more mainstream religions that we might want to consider taking back?
Adrien Lawyer, hosted by the Rev. Jane Davis Our service this Sunday will be led by the Rev. Jane Davis, First Unitarian's Affiliated Minister. Adrien Lawyer is the founder and Executive Director of the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico. Music: Amanda Udis-Kessler and Phoebe Lostroh
A sermon about sin and making things right. Updated for today, Angela originally preached this sermon in 2011. Due to her father’s unexpected passing, Angela is postponing the original topic of “Preparedness” until a later date.
Quaker theologian Parker Palmer’s book Healing the Heart of Democracy came out in 2014 and a lot has happened in our government since then. On Independence Day weekend, how do we create a politics that’s worthy of the human spirit?
For many UUs, poetry is a source of wonder and renewal, a blessing to our hearts and souls that is always there for us. Join us for First Unitarian’s not-quite-annual poetry service, and bask in words of beauty, insight, and compassion.
Religious communities create unique blessings that are hard to find in other places. As we face some truly terrible times ahead, how do we at First U bless each other and our community?
One of the biggest obstacles for us to find inner peace is the shame that we carry. Join us on a journey and a discussion of shame...and how we can finally work to say goodbye to it in our lives once and for all, to become the beautiful and creative beings that we are destined to be.
Many families get together to "say grace" before meals in order to ask for blessings for the future. But is grace only present when things are going well? Is there grace present in struggle? Join Matt as he explores our relationship with grace and just what it means when we talk about it.
Combat is held up as the ultimate expression of masculinity. But the real war exists within men’s hearts and it begins the first time that they are told that boys don’t cry. Former Marine Corps artilleryman and VA chaplain Rev. Bob reflects on the internal and external battles that men fight.