Peoples Food Coop (PFC) is on a journey of learning, growing, falling down and getting back up, with the intention of a deeper understanding of inequity, a stronger collective will to change, and transformation into an organization that is better set up to be part … read more.
Topic: Accessibility and Inclusion
When one strand of the web is broken, the entire web is prone to collapse. When we in UU spaces speak of our 7th principle, belief in the interdependent web of all existence, we are not merely speaking in metaphors. Our existences are intricately woven … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, we are called to be the weavers of a Multiracial Tapestry of Accountability, but what does that mean? Join us as we explore our promise of being the weavers of such a tapestry as we ask ourselves where we might still need some work as a liberal faith community.
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March is Women’s History month and the 31st is Transgender Visibility Day. One wishes it wasn’t necessary to have these special days of awareness but until all of humanity, in all of its beautiful diversity, is seen and valued every day, we need to take … read more.
Without a map, how does one know when they have left China and entered Mongolia? How do we even know when we’ve gone from Michigan to Indiana? Humans have been migrating across the Earth for thousands of years. With this in mind, join me as … read more.
One of the silver linings of virtual church is that distance and expense are no longer impediments to participating in denominational events like General Assembly (GA). … read more.
Honoring more than 20 years of Our Whole Lives (OWL) Sexuality Education in our denomination, this service explores the Unitarian Universalist perspectives on sexuality and our … read more.
The human quest for belonging can sometimes lead us to ‘ideological bunkers’ where we start dividing the world into ‘us’ versus ‘them’. This dichotomy destroys our … read more.