We find ourselves in and age of amazing disgrace. What is grace and does it matter? And, do we find it or create it ourselves or something else?
Rev. Chris J. Antal
A reflection on the role of darkness in human religious experience through time.
Privilege provides us the choice to pay attention to pain and seek to relieve it, or insulate ourselves in anesthetizing slumber. How we choose determines whether we become compassionate, or something less.
How too much focus on gratitude stunts our growth. This service will be followed by an information session where newcomers can meet the minister and learn about Unitarian Universalism.
Our mortality is one common denominator that unites humanity, yet the diversity of views we hold about the meaning of death and what, if anything, comes after, is far-ranging. In this service, Rev. Antal will invite the congregation to explore this diversity together, and perhaps discover some unity along the way.
On Oct. 2, a diverse group of people converged on the White House united in their demand to end the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Rev. Antal was among them. In this service, he will share some reflections on the experience, facilitate a respectful dialogue to elicit the perspectives of the community, and attempt to craft … Continued
What does the current moment ask of we who have committed ourselves to peace advocacy?
Can we do it? Is it ours to do? We launch the new congregational year discerning call in community. Bring water to share from places near and far for our annual water communion.
What allies, co-conspirators and supporters can lend to the movement for Liberation of Black Lives.
An exploration of the meaning of justice and why it matters in the struggle to live a moral life.