Speaker: Rev. Marti Keller

King’s God

The annual MLK holiday has come and gone, but King’s prophetic spirit remains with us always. A look at the world view of this human rights leader, and its resonances in our own faith tradition.

King’s God

The annual MLK holiday has come and gone, but King’s prophetic spirit remains with us always. A look at the world view of this human rights leader, and its resonances in our own faith tradition.

What’s Love Got to Do with It?

Tina Turner, in this ironic iconic song, was talking about one kind of love. We Unitarians, and especially Universalists, talk about another.  How are we doing, love-wise?

Little Women and Why It Still Matters

One of the most famous holiday lines in a novel may be this one “Christmas won’t be Christmas without any present,” grumbled Jo, lying on the rug.
In this 150th anniversary year of the publication of what has been described as equal parts thinly disguised … read more.

“Blintzes & Blitzen”

How UU’s do both Hanukkah & Christmas?  December is a particular challenge. How do we or don’t we affirm and promote overlapping religious holidays and traditions in this larger Christian culture?