News (Page 53)

News (Page 53)

Millard Fillmore

Although Unitarian Universalism is often thought of as a religion favored by progressives, blog post author Jim Caldiero thinks that Donald Trump would have been “yuugely” delighted with Millard Fillmore, the fourth Unitarian to hold the office of President of the United States.

Sanctuary Churches

In a Washington Post op-ed piece, journalist Linda Hirshman suggests that “To Resist a Trump Presidency, ask: ‘What Would the Abolitionists Do?’” Let’s examine a little piece of Unitarian history that helps us answer that question.

Bold and Wise: The Next Generation

When I told my 5-year-old daughter that the majority of people on earth practice some form of religion, tears welled up in her eyes. It didn’t make sense to her; she couldn’t wrap her head around the fact that so many others had religious beliefs. Exactly why this was so surprising was a mystery to me — by age 5, she had lived on three continents. She knew people came in…

Is Incivility a Disease?

UUCC Member Jim Caldiero recently attended a public hearing where he observed what he felt were incivil, heavy-handed tactics, including an adult harassing a teen and a council member verbally berating a witness. Jim wrote in an email that these events reminded him of what historian Thomas Fleming said about John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry in the book A Disease in the…

Riddle and Mystery Update January 29, 2017

Important information for February 12th, 2017! We are having a Children’s Chapel next Sunday, based on our fourth source of Unitarian Universalism: Jewish and Christian teachings which call us to respond to God’s love by loving our neighbors as ourselves, or in child-friendly language: Christian and Jewish teachings which tell us to love all others as we love…

Toolbox of Faith Update January 29, 2017

Important information for February 12th, 2017! We are having a Children’s Chapel next Sunday, based on our fourth source of Unitarian Universalism: Jewish and Christian teachings which call us to respond to God’s love by loving our neighbors as ourselves, or in child-friendly language: Christian and Jewish teachings which tell us to love all others as we love…