In the kick-off to our 2021-2022 justice focus, we’ll examine environmental justice as a pressing issue in our world and ask: how can we leave the Earth a better place than when we arrived?
Speaker: Rev. Chris Rothbauer
Rev. Chris Rothbauer is the second settled minister at Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
Many people wish to feel, look, or be normal, but have you ever thought of the standards that this word “normal” implies? In this service, Rev. Chris will unpack what it means to be normal and ask: what if nobody is normal?
It has been a year since we have been together in person on our grounds, and many of us are feeling a mix emotions after the trauma of the pandemic. In this service, as we mingle our waters together, we’ll come together to remind ourselves … read more.
In this question box service, Rev. Chris will take your questions! What’s on your mind? What question about spirituality or Unitarian Universalism has been burning in you? Rev. Chris will answer as many questions as possible!
In this service, as we wrap up our programming year, we will celebrate our community and how we have come together in the last year while looking ahead to what is to come! Come celebrate how our AUUF community changes our world!
Author Thomas Moore suggested that looking deeply and sensing the sacredness in ordinary life can be therapeutic and enriching to our lives. In this service, Rev. Chris will examine how shifting our perspective on the world can be a balm for the soul.
Our society often judges a person by how productive they are, and many people over-identify with their job leading to an epidemic of workaholism. What would it be like to radically rethink our relation to work and see ourselves as people with inherent worth and … read more.
Each of us is nurtured by the acceptance that comes from loving and caring relationships. This Mother’s Day, we’ll examine how we’re shaped by the love and acceptance of mothers, whether surrogate or biological.
After a season of difficulty in our world, it’s more important than ever that we find ways to renew ourselves, even as it looks like our world may be able to reopen soon. But what does this sort of renewal look like? In this service, … read more.
In many parts of the world, including much of the United States, being transgender continues to be taboo. In this special Transgender Day of Visibility service, we’ll examine how accepting all the parts of yourself can teach us deeper lessons in authenticity, vulnerability, and self-love.