Monthly Archives: January 2018

Undoing Racism

  Willie D. Jones and Vanessa Green visited the UUCRT on Sunday January 14. Members and friends of the UUCRT showed up in strength to learn about the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement and how white people can become better allies. Mr. Jones gave a passionate and challenging presentation during the morning service. He read … Continued

Religious Exploration for Children

Children are welcome and celebrated at the UUCRT! Religious Exploration classes for children 7 and up are available on the first, second, and fourth Sundays of the month. Babysitting is available every Sunday for children up to age 6. Opportunities for Older Youth include participation in:  Services, Fair Trade Table, Social Action Causes, varied UUCRT events

Religious Exploration Starts in January

Religious Exploration Religious Exploration for Children 7 – 11; Baby Sitting for up to 6 Starts in January From Laura Giner Bair Beginning in January, the Religious Education Program at the UUCRT will be held the first, second and fourth Sunday of every month. This program will continue through the end of May, 2018. After … Continued

Reflecting on the Past and Renewed for the Future

This New Year brings us an opportunity for reflection. As we consider the theme of resilience, I invite us all to listen deeply to the wisdom and experiences of voices too long marginalized in our Unitarian Universalist communities.  Following a call from our denomination, we have committed to centering the stories of people of color, … Continued

Religious Freedom

While I was in my twenties, I was active in a church that had been shunned by many mainline churches as heretical. Because of my religious affiliation, I experienced, for the first time in my life, a degree of religious intolerance and persecution that caused real harm to me and my young family. As a … Continued