As the names of cis and trans black men and women, as well as non-binary folks who have died at the hands of those who are entrusted to protect and to serve continue to pile up in the streets, we the members of the Unitarian … read more.
day Malcolm’s death and absence descend on us in new ways. This cruel
time has only been softened by the awe-inducing love of our villages.
We are grateful for each of you and for the countless ways you have and
continue to hold us … read more.
Of all the times I wrote out the script in my head – of our first conversation after sabbatical, I assure you, it did not sound like this.
First off, I am still, somehow, I think, within the bounds of my sabbatical … read more.
Rev. Kim’s sabbatical began in late December with a wonderful send-off, and will continue until May 3, when we celebrate her return. During her journey of Rediscovery, the Sabbatical Team is available to you for questions or assistance about the day-to-day operations of the … read more.
(Sabbatical starts December 25, 2019 and ends May 3, 2020)
begin my 6th year of ministry with you, I am amazed at how time,
trust and open hearts has allowed us to grow together. In preparation for my sabbatical this winter,
I catch myself missing my … read more.
This summer and early fall I have had the privilege of working more closely with some committees and ministries than my schedule typically allows. In July I was with the Right Relations Committee where we began to think of covenanting as a practice, and where … read more.
To say that the Council for Faith in Action has been restructured is a bit of a stretch. The truth is, the CFA now simply reflects its original purpose and mission: to gather together the representatives of each justice ministry team at UUCWC … read more.