Speaker: Rev. Gy Ludvig-McCartney

No Racial Justice without Economic Justice

Rev. Gy will help us explore Dr. Martin Luther King’s often overlooked legacy of fighting for economic justice and the empowerment of poor and working-class people and his conviction that there can be no genuine equality without addressing economic disparity.

Letter to Self

Intention is a powerful force. In fact, it is a prerequisite to creation. Rev. Gy has found that humans create all the time, but the problem is, most of the time it is done unconsciously. On this day we will have the opportunity to set … read more.

The Burning Bowl

At the dusk of the old year, we are going to release all those emotional ties and bonds that no longer
serve us. We will give them over to the flames and like the phoenix bird, from the ashes, we will
emerge anew.


The Latin root of Advent means ‘coming.’ In the midst of the Advent season, Rev. Gy will speak about
what it means to come home to yourself and to recognize and nurture your True Self.

The Truth Sets You Free

For those who are invisible in our society, reclaiming their truth and keeping hope alive can be a constant struggle. Rev. Gy will share stories of resilience and survival from those who are sometimes overlooked.

A Guest at Our Table

On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, Rev. Gy will share her thoughts on giving thanks. We will also kick off our annual collection for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, an organization that promotes human rights and social justice around the world.

The Whole Nine Yards

After the loss of a close family member, Rev. Gy’s thoughts have turned to Birth and Death and how differently we prepare for both these inevitable events in a person’s life.

All Souls

We will explore how the past defines and impacts us as we mark the Feast of All Souls, a day of remembrance for those who have passed away that helps us ties together the past, the present, and the future.