What do “The Holidays” mean to you? How have they been different so far this year? How will they be the same?
You are invited to join a comprehensive, national and community-based dialogue circle to plan for and bring about transformational and sustainable change, and to address the historic and contemporary effects of racism.
Please join the Healthy Congregation Council in welcoming Jeremy Arnold, son of Board member Abby Arnold, to our church for a workshop on the topic of Microaggressions. Derald Wing Sue,
What do The Holidays mean to you? For some, they herald family reunions, religious exaltation, good food, and festive outings. For many, this time of year amplifies an existing sense
Congratulations to UUSM friends and members for your support of those in need of prescription eyeglasses. At the conclusion of our Summer Eyeglass Drive, 93 pairs, plus sundry lenses and
Have you been heeding the guideline to refrain from talking in polite company about religion or politics – even in church? Have you been hankering for the opportunity to do
By Audrey Lyness and Vilma Ortiz In April, the Right Relations Team and Support convened to consult on a survey, developed by Vilma Ortiz, to assess the congregation’s response to
The Right Relations Team has implemented two interventions with the goals of taking the temperature of church members and offering an opportunity to process multiple changes.
The Seven Principles don’t directly mention it, but memory is an important part of striving to be a justice-based community. The act of remembrance is the building block by which
The Right Relations Team and Support will hold its third Covenant Workshop on Sunday, October 14 from 12:45 to 4 pm at the church. The first Covenant Workshop was held