Margaret Sanger once said, “No woman can call herself free who does not control her own body.” In this service, we’ll examine the moral imperative of reproductive justice and ask, in the face of recent defeats, what’s next?
Speaker: Rev. Chris Rothbauer
Rev. Chris Rothbauer is the second settled minister at Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
Western culture encourages us to do everything in a hurry, to multitask, to get as much done as we can. But urgency can also be a trap that prevents us from fully taking stock of complicated situations. In this service, we’ll examine urgency and ask … read more.
Albert Einstein once said, “He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.” But why is awe so important to the human spirit? In this service, we’ll ask: what does awe do … read more.
Comedian Josh Billings once wrote, “A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself.” Indeed, for many people, the love of their companion animals is what gets them through the day. In our annual animal blessing service, we … read more.
As we move into the fall equinox, we will take a moment to reflect on balance in our lives and the way our connections draw us into the web of creation and community with our fellow beings.
Christian Supremacy is the use of Christian doctrines and frameworks to justify the oppression of racial, religious, sexual, gender, and disability minorities. The history of North America is awash in Christian Supremacy, but Christian Supremacy is also spread by non-Christians. In this service, we’ll take … read more.
A recent viral meme made the case that journalists have been decrying people’s unwillingness to work for nearly a decade, anytime there is a labor shortage. This Labor Day, we will examine the excuses made by corporations and anti-labor folks to not change and ask: … read more.
Ambiguity is a fact of life: often the “right” and “wrong” things to do aren’t obvious. In this service, Rev. Chris will consider ambiguity and what it means to realize we will never have all the answers.
In our annual ingathering service, as we celebrate our water ritual, we will recommit to one another as we start our new congregational year!
In our second annual question box service, Rev. Chris will take your questions, big or small, and answer them! Got a question about philosophy, theology, Unitarian Universalism, or life in general? Get your answers this morning!