How would you respond if questioned on the foundation of your religious conviction?
This is a hands-on presentation where you will listen to and play gongs and singing bowls. Together we will discover the history and the power of these ancient instruments, and share their healing vibrations. Be prepared to be transported through sound!
Easter in the Christian tradition is a day to celebrate the redemptive power of Christ’s sacrifice. As Unitarian Universalists, our first principle calls us to see each and every human being as redeemable. People who commit hate crimes challenge our notions of redemption in complicated ways. On this Easter Sunday Peter will share his own […]
“Human Rights and Human Wrongs” Dr Claude Welch’s talk will focus on: The development of human rights ideas and ideals in Western history, Genocide during WW2 and its impact on creating the UN human rights system, Torture as a contemporary issue in human rights, Refugees as a current issue in human rights, What individuals and […]
At the March 5th UUEA service, Rich Moglia-Cannon made a presentation titled “Education in America—Are We Still #1? In this next session, Rich will share a summary of what his organization, the National Center on Education and the Economy, has learned about the top-performing countries in the world and then lead a discussion about the […]
The 1452 and 1493 Papal Bulls (Papal edicts) regarding the discovery of new lands and indigenous peoples, their relation to the Unitarian minister, Theodore Parker’s words, quoted by Martin Luther King Jr as “The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice,” and our role in the arc’s direction.