Led by Amy McKlindon and Worship Associate, Carrie Lifshitz… The pandemic gave us blanket permission to say no – without question or guilt. Let’s reflect together on the boundaries we’ve set individually and collectively, and the liberation to be found in saying no – especially … read more.
Speaker: Amy McKlindon
Led by Gary Ezzell and Worship Associate, Amy McKlindon. Words like “worship”, “spirit”, “faith”, and “church” can be uncomfortable for some of us UUs, depending on our individual histories and philosophies. I’ll share some thoughts about how I have accommodated to words that trouble me, … read more.
Led by Mary McManus and Worship Associate, Amy McKlindon. With the controversy surround the 1619 Project and critical race theory in schools, a recent public high school graduate sheds light on what is currently being taught in schools and, more importantly, what is not. So … read more.
The first rule of improv – “yes, and” – requires comedians to accept what others put forward and build on it through their own contributions. We’ll explore how this simple principle can create space for the dualities of life, leading to stronger relationships and deeper … read more.
On International Women’s Day, join us to celebrate the social, political, economic, and cultural achievements of women. A panel of our community members will share their reflections as we consider the ways in which we individually and collectively advance gender equality.
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H.L. Mencken said, “It is mutual trust, even more than mutual interest, that holds human associations together.” How does trust work within a congregation of so many people with such different beliefs? Four of our congregation members will discuss trust within a community setting.
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