Speaker: Rev. Julia McKay

COVID-19 as Spiritual Initiation

We are living in anxious times. Uncertainty and grief have come into our homes and our lives. What was once stable and familiar, has been shaken and we have entered a steep descent into the unknown. When radical alterations occur in our inner and outer … read more.

We Are Easter!

In this time of great challenge and needing to overcome adversity, we can draw on the Easter story of rising in love from tragedy, despair, and systems that fail us. Will we recognize and accept this invitation to become more: to wipe our tears, grieve … read more.

The Altar for an Unknown God

Make a bit of room. Leave a little space. Keep a lookout for the unexpected. These directives may not sound like anything radical or revolutionary but, as it turns out, are often Life’s favorite ways to help us discern that something new is arising. Come … read more.

An Equal World Is An Enabled World

On this International Women’s Day, as well as the Centennial of the Women’s Vote in the United States, we can actively choose to celebrate women’s achievements and continue to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, and improve situations of women in a world where women … read more.

Resilience in a Chaotic Climate!

Whether we are struggling with something personally or professionally, worried about the state of affairs in our country and world, or grieving environmental neglect and the loss of species on our planet — there are times in our lives when garnering certain skills are crucial … read more.

Appreciative Inquiry

Two skills that help any of us move into our future with more resilience and hope are: curiosity and appreciation. Come discover the power and strength available — if we just ask the right questions.

Life’s Longing for Itself

As we move forward into a pivotal year for both our congregation and our country, there is one thing we can be absolutely sure of. So, as we set foot across this threshold into the new year, let’s explore the one miracle we Unitarian Universalists … read more.