A spotlight on what we look like on the inside.
The little-known story of how one man’s decision likely saved the entire planet and how a tragedy years earlier shaped his thinking.
We will show an edited version of this service which is a great way to connect our congregation with the annual GA. It gives us a chance to see the whole of which our UUCRT is only a small part.
We will look at how living the third and fourth principles – acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations and the free and responsible search for truth and meaning – can result in the by-product of happiness.
Where is your heart, mind, and spirit on Memorial Day 2019? Join us to reflect together and look deeply at this holiday. Please bring a short poem, music, or reading to share with others.
“John Adams and the Boston Massacre”
A message of introspection, looking at how we love one another.
Thoughts on the First Principle of Unitarian / Universalism