Monthly Archives: October 2017

Chanel 6 Covers Forum at UUCRT

The UUCRT hosted a forum, Valuing Black and Blue Lives in Our Community: A dialogue, on Sunday October 8. Spectrum News covered the event here.

Statement from the Board and Membership on Desecration of Roadside Sign

Statement from the Board and Membership on Desecration of Roadside Sign Our Unitarian Universalist covenant commits us to live in accordance with seven principles, the first of which is to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. In that spirit we decided to support the Black Lives Matter movement in our … Continued

Too Tall’s Transition

(Editor’s Note: This article, by Anne Quick, a good friend of the congregation, is published courtesy of Animal Wellness Magazine, Volume 19, Issue 5, www.animalwellnessmagazine.com.) By Anne Quick As an Animal Intuitive, I literally talk to animals, both alive and in spirit. Whether or not you believe this is possible, I ask that you suspend … Continued

Minister’s Statement on Vandalism of Roadsigns

This morning I discovered that someone vandalized the UUCRT road-sign and banners that congregants hung on the UUCRT property. The perpetrator (s) of this offence used blue spray paint and wrote “Blue Lives Matter” on both sides of the road-sign and on the rainbow flag. The perpetrator (s) also wrote obscenities on the Veteran’s for … Continued

Death and Dying

This month’s theme “Death” is meant to facilitate a process of personal reflection, learning, and spiritual growth focused on the topic of death and dying. It brings death, dying, and grief into the light of our daily lives and out of the dark, macabre recesses to which we often relegate it. Unitarian Universalist views about … Continued

Many Ways to Handle Grief

I wasn’t prepared when my father died- out of the blue, in the middle of a work day, at the age of 54. I was washing the dishes when my sister called to tell me that he had had a heart attack at work. In the days that followed, I found my grief needed to … Continued