Spiritual Meaning of Memorial Day

To remember is a sacred thing. As we look into the past, we draw upon the wisdom of our own lived experience and the experiences of those who have come before us. On this memorial day weekend, let us open the gates of time and honor those lives that continue to guide us. No one … Continued

Our Interior Mansion: Willingly Letting Go (Part 1)

Like the next two rooms, this one builds capacities for working closely with others. While each individual’s ideas and perspectives are vitally important, it’s sometimes necessary to set aside personal well-being for the larger good. This requires both care and courage. (Continuing our exploration of Our Interior Mansion.)

Finding Our Way

Where do we come from? Who are we? Where are we going? What orients you? How do you know you are on the right path? How do you let others know they are on the right path? Mariela Pérez-Simons explores those questions as she shares her experiences as a chaplain at the hospital, as a … Continued

Our Interior Mansion: Willingly Letting Go (Part 2)

While each individual’s ideas and perspectives are vitally important, it’s sometimes necessary to set aside personal well-being for the larger good. This requires both care and courage. What are our personal experiences with letting go? (Continuing our exploration of Our Interior Mansion.)

Solstice Celebration

We will celebrate the solstice with words music and movement.

Anticipating Our Future (Part 2)

This is a follow-up to our first session in May in which we developed six areas of focus for UUC to become a better spiritual community. True to our UU principle to support democratic processes, the congregation will flesh out those six areas of focus in this session. In September the board will develop plans … Continued

Radical Engagement (Part 1 of 2)

The long sweep of history is shaped by the efforts and wisdom of each individual. Stepping into the fray, taking a stand on contemporary issues and participating in the on-going transformative process often call forth unexpected capacities and passions.

Radical Engagement (Part 2 of 2)

Continuing our conversation on Radical Engagement: The long sweep of history is shaped by the efforts and wisdom of each individual. Stepping into the fray, taking a stand on contemporary issues and participating in the on-going transformative process often call forth unexpected capacities and passions.

Orthodoxy and the Liberal Church

UUs pride themselves as being open to a diversity of ideas and beliefs. Do we have our own brand of orthodoxy?  Aaron White from our UU church in Dallas explores this question. (A recorded presentation.)