The poet, Jalāl ad-Dīn Mohammad Rūmī, holds a special place in the hearts of Unitarian Universalists. His work dates back to the 15th century. The American translator, Coleman Barks, made Rumi’s poetry popular. This Sunday, a few dates before his birthday, we’ll explore his life and reflect upon a few of his most popular poems.
Speaker: Rev. Xolani Kacela and SA Katie Fitzgerald
What does it mean to be a stranger in these strange times? We re-examine the Palm Sunday story in light of our current crisis of meaning.
Faith and politics have a long history together. In fact, America was born on the political theory. The Founders guaranteed freedom of religion in the U.S. Constitution. As we anticipate the changes, in American politics and society, with a new chief executive in office, let’s … read more.
After years of struggle and advocacy, why does Unitarian Universalism remain a largely white faith tradition? What might be done to recognize the diversity that is already within our midst and to share Unitarian Universalism with a more diverse community?
We will honor the most important woman in our lives, the one who brought us into the world and/or reared us as children and youth. Notice: We opted to postpone the membership anniversary celebrations until the fall.