Speaker: Rev. Xolani Kacela and SA Katie Fitzgerald

October 17, 2021 – Rumi Redux

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.

Widening the Circle of Concern

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?

Mother’s Day

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.