Dismantling racism and white supremacy, in our UU congregations and outside of them, is deeply spiritual work. In the words of Wade McCree, Jr, "If one fights relentlessly against injustice, want, hate and every form of exploitation, then one is a religious person. The love of God is not expressed by ritual or ceremony, but by loving." We'll join over 200 other congregations in the second UU White Supremacy Teach-In.
Following the Unitarian Universal tradition of involvement in Social Justice, a group of women from our Greeley UU Church participated in the historic Women's March that took place not only in our country but around the world. Hollis Berendt , Josette Schaffer, Karen Clugston , Marcia Free and Ana Schultz will share their individual story of what motivated them to participate and their profound experience. We are living not just in “changing times” but a time that demands we participate in the changes that are happening around us.
How does love “bind” a circle? When each of us “comes and steps inside” that circle, we agree to care for and be compassionate to our fellow human beings with whom we have agreed to be connected. A form of spiritual “family.” A beloved community made authentic and loving not through being told we must, but because we choose to include and share with all those who are called to our sides.
Here you will find recent sermons, some audio, some video.