The Power of Interfaith Being

The Power of Interfaith Beingreflections from Thanksgiving Interfaith Serviceby Director of Religious Exploration Linnea Nelson Today I bring to you a chalice. In the tradition of Unitarian Universalism, we read words before lighting the chalice at worship services, in our homes, and when we meet together …

Changing light: The Saturday perspective

Changing light: The Saturday perspectiveby Rev. Mary Katherine Morn This past Saturday I had the joy of sitting in the congregation to listen to Rev. Laura’s sermon and Mark’s music.�I appreciated not only the artful and touching music and words, but also …

Social justice helps us grow, connect and serve

As your Lay Minister for Social Justice for the past four years, I’d like to tell you a little bit about our Social Justice program at UUCF and what it means to me. At UUCF our motto is “Grow, Connect and Serve” and there is no better place for me to put this into action than through Social Justice. Typically UUCF Social Justice activities focus primarily on the “serve” part, but I have also been involved with opportunities for folks to “connect” with each other through programs and committees and to “grow” in knowledge and spirit through education and awareness activities.

Grateful

Gratefulby Rev. Laura Horton-Ludwig In the Wellspring small group I’m leading this year, the group members have each committed to a daily spiritual practice. The practice can be anything that helps you feel more …

For the pause

For the pauseby Rev. Mary Katherine Morn In a lovely little piece by Annie Lamott in this week’s�”Parade”�(!), she writes about the practice of saying …

Fuller living through acceptance

Fuller living through acceptanceby Intern Minister Sarah Lenzi Many of you have met my son Ethan. He’s almost a year old and he has been taking baths in the big bathtub for some time now. I use a little plastic pitcher to pour the water over …