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  • Univoice Weekly February 19, 2021

    Beloved Community and Conflict – Conflict is What We Signed Up For – Rev. Sage Olnick. Conflict is part of our personal, professional and congregational lives. Avoiding it is unfair to everyone. This Sunday we will explore how conflict is part of the rich soil in which Beloved Community grows. 

  • Univoice Weekly February 12, 2021

    Side with Love. RE Team, Side With Love, UUA. Each week in RE hangout we light our chalice with these words: “We light this chalice to celebrate Unitarian Universalism for this is a church of open minds, helping hands and loving hearts, together we care for the earth and work for friendship and peace in our world.

  • Univoice Weekly February 5, 2021

    Beloved Community and Creative Rage – Anger is a Main Ingredient for Justice. Rev. Sage Olnick. Feminist Sharon Welch wrote,  “We need to learn that failure to develop the strength to remain angry, in order to continually love and therefore to resist, is to die.” This Sunday we will explore anger and creative rage as sources ...

  • Univoice Weekly January 29, 2021

    Using Our Imagination to Make Social Change. Rev. Sage Olnick. Paul Rogat Loeb wrote, “Those who make us believe that anything’s possible and fire our imagination over the long haul, are often the ones who have survived the bleakest of circumstances.” This Sunday we will explore how such a life can bring about seemingly impossible social ...

  • Univoice Weekly January 22, 2021

    Using Our Imagination in the Service of Connection. Rev. Sage Olnick. In her famous poem, Wild Geese, Mary Oliver proclaims, “Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination…”. This Sunday we will consider how to Use Our Imagination in the Service of Connection. 

  • Univoice Weekly January 15, 2021

    Remembering the Future. In Rev Theresa I Soto’s poem. “Remembering the Future,” they write “Can we develop the skill of remembering the future? Can we commit to build the community that will extend into a time that we only know by memory because it will outlast us? Memorize the compass points of the day ...

  • Univoice Weekly January 8, 2021

    Using Our Imagination to Free Ourselves. Rev. Sage Olnick. The spiritual theme for the month of January is Imagination. In The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life, Thomas Moore said, “We tend to consider imagination too lightly, forgetting that the life we make, for ourselves individually and for the world as a whole, is shaped and limited only ...

  • Univoice Weekly January 1, 2021

    The Years of Repair. Jane Palmer. For too long, our world has been crowded with terrible things and our energies focused on survival. Now we stand at the beginning of what could be a vast reimagining of what’s possible, but it’s not easy to think big with a scarcity mindset. Let’s stretch ourselves to create ...

  • Univoice Weekly December 25, 2020

    The Invisible String.  Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. As UUs we talk a lot about the importance of connection and interconnection. Sometimes, though, it can be hard to see what binds us to friends, family, and communities when we are separated. What do we do during those times?

  • Univoice Weekly December 18, 2020

    A Winter Solstice Celebration: Lessons and Carols. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. This morning we celebrate the return of nature’s light during the stillness of the Winter Solstice in story and song.