“Gender Equity” was the focus of this year’s Unitarian Universalist United Nations Organization (UU-UNO) Intergenerational Seminar. Caitlyn Calway Stein and Sally Atkinson participated as representatives of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces, and will reflect on lessons learned during the conference.
The path to extending forgiveness is often long and hard. Rev. Kacela and Joy Goldbaum will reflect on forgiveness and what it means for their lives. Special music by Roy Zimmerman. Note: this sermon was won by Joy at the 2019 auction.
Many times clarifying our expectations of ourselves, one another, and the world around us may be useful. Today’s service will focus on the ways our expectations can hinder us, and the importance of defying them, or at least not grasping them.
Expectation seems to be an overarching phenomenon that manifests in many ways, for instance as faith and belief, as hope, and as bias. Indeed, most of life seems to be built upon expectations–psychology shows that even the empirical data we select and recall depends upon … read more.
Reflections on the piece “Binoculars and Beauty” By Reverend Joe Cleveland. This sermon explores the meaning of beauty, how we find it, and how we might frame beauty as a spiritual practice.