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.
We celebrate the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Decades after Dr. King’s death, we continue struggling to make his vision of peace and racial harmony a reality. Let’s examine the progress we’ve made and explore how far we have to go.
We all … read more.
Let’s talk turkey and chew on one of our most pernicious founding myths, as we follow its unfolding and shed some light on our contemporary situation along the way.
Please note the worship time is different than the normal UUCLC worship.
We return to our beloved community following a difficult summer of strife, pandemic, and many personal struggles and adjustments. Being together as a faith family is what we do. In light of continued civil unrest and another shooting involving a white police officer and black … read more.
When the church community goes virtual, its practices change. A wonderful example is this service, shared with the UU Church of Richmond, VA. Together, we will explore how we can welcome others in a time of COVID-19 and how our practices need to change to … read more.