The Longest Day of the Year

In East Central Alabama, it feels like summer long before the June solstice. We’ve already been in tomato season for nearly two months by then. What is the point of observing an occurrence so astronomically removed from us? A solstice occurs when one of the … read more.

Independence Day and Unitarian Universalism

While jingoists, elaborate fireworks displays and pool parties may at times seem to dominate the modern July 4 holiday, revolutionary ideas form its heart. The Declaration of Independence in fact contains ideas which shaped Unitarian Universalism as well as our nation’s governing structure. Many of … read more.

A Reverence For Life And Our Future

The Climate Crisis, Race and the Pandemic intersect to threaten our well-being and the very future of our civilization. Fortunately, momentum is building around the world and here to meet these challenges head on. Gus Preschle, an environmental leader from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of … read more.

Our UU Journeys

One might think a Unitarian Universalist congregation inspired whoever first uttered the phrase “variety is the spice of life”! UUs come from all creeds and backgrounds. Our values and principles, rather than a set of prescribed rules, bring us together as a religious community. Every … read more.

Coming Out on the Other Side

The COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down. Now that it seems to be turning for the better, many people are excited to return to normal. Before we do so, we should pause and reflect on what we have learned from our experiences during the … read more.

You’ve Got Questions

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!