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I am a Patriot

We hear a lot in the news about the threats to our U.S. democracy. Who gets to define patriotism? Whose freedoms are paramount? We have a system that has guided us since 1776. Does that system still work? What to do?

Speaker: … read more.

UUFCC at GA

Four members will share their experience at the General Assembly which was held in Portland in June. Delegates will share initiatives and governance discussed and voted on. All will share the highlights of the assembly. Should be informative and interesting.

Speakers: Laura Anderson, Suzi … read more.

Farmworkers and Campaign for Fair Food

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers has been working with farmworkers to advance justice and dignity in the agricultural industry for 30 years. Representatives from CIW will give a background of CIW and historical conditions faced by farmworkers and modern-day slavery in agriculture. They will update … read more.

General Assembly Worship

The closing worship from the annual UUA GA is Unitarian Universalist worship at its best Worship together in celebration.

Supporting Gay Youth in Our Community

How could anyone ever tell you you are anything less than beautiful? This line from the UU hymnal reflects our values of embracing the inherent dignity of all. Who needs this more than LGBTQ youth in our community who are being told they … read more.

Say Gay

June is Pride month for the LGBTQA+ Community and conjures images of parades and festivals. Six years ago, that image was shattered by gunfire at Pulse nightclub. Today, Rev. Kathy shares her reflection on what Orlando learned and why it is more important than ever … read more.

Blessed be my Ghosts

After sharing some of the insights I’ve gained in the 10 months since my husband, Jim Meloy, unexpectedly died, I offer a paradox: that grief can become a kind of portal to a new aliveness. The film “Truly, Madly, Deeply,” which became Our Movie the … read more.

A Radiant Glow

One way to nurture beauty is to nurture health. What might it mean to nurture our spiritual health so that we can let our true beauty shine?

Speaker: Reverend Kathy Schmitz