Speaking to recent events in our denomination, Elizabeth Mount will lead us in thinking deeply about our Unitarian and Universalist faith heritage and how we can bring forth our personal spiritual grounding to strengthen us in confronting white privilege, racism, and white fragility in our communities. We will be called to deepen our spiritual awareness and join in creating a world where black lives matter and the experiences of people of color deepen our own faith.
“Fairy tales, films, and literature all make it seem that a person has to be perfect in every way in order to be loved. Hear about a life-changing experience that helped a person learn that risking real love has a lot to do with forgiveness of imperfection and that laughter is part of that forgiveness.
Here you will find recent sermons, some audio, some video.