One of the frequent misconceptions about Unitarian Universalists is that we can believe whatever we want. It’s never been true. We’ll explore what belief can mean for UUs.
Among Unitarian Universalism’s six sources is a reference to teachings that “warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit.” What might this mean? Perhaps Richard Rohr’s A Lever and A Place To Stand, which makes use of Archimedes’ lever principle in its call for … read more.
In the face of ecological heartache, how do we hold both grief and love together in a way that connects us to nature’s wisdom? Join us as we explore this question through the earth’s rhythms, seasons and cycles of life.
As an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, … read more.
Some people just seem to rub us raw, maybe for an obvious reason or no discernible cause. What’s the best way to handle those to whom we have instinctive resistance? Do we grit our teeth and try to survive or is engagement advisable? Difficult folks, … read more.
Join a service created by the UUA about covenant and the interconnected web of all existence. Wisdom from UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick Gray, conversations among the Matteson family, powerful music, and moments of reflection and stillness. Please note that this is a recorded service … read more.
We celebrate LGBTQI+ Pride in Tacoma, with celebratory music, and reflections on what Pride can mean for all of us!
This Sunday we will have a multi-platform service. You can attend in-person, OR you can also attend via our online Zoom option. Those attending in-person will … read more.
This fall, we’ll begin a process of revisiting and exploring our mission, vision, and covenant. Over the summer, we’ll consider each of these elements of our community life, starting with covenant. What does it mean to make promises to each other about how we will … read more.
UUA General Assembly Worship Service
“The Deal on Those Days”
Sunday, June 26, 2022
The last few years have not been easy, including in our local congregations. Whole swaths of members have simply stopped coming; COVID is confusing, and polarizing; many ministers … read more.
On June 19th,1865, word finally reached Galveston, Texas that President Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation that freed all the enslaved people in the US. News of their freedom was intentionally hidden from the enslaved people for over 2 years. This year is the second … read more.
The phrase Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler can be anything from a seasonal mentality to a way of life in the Big Easy. When a friend mentioned that the University Medical Center of New Orleans had a mid-year opening for their chaplain residency, I jumped … read more.