Implicit biases are subconsciously harbored by all humans. They can pose a significant challenge to dismantling oppressions experienced by people who differ from dominant culture norms of race, sexuality, physical abilities, neurodiversity, and other attributes. UUCT Allies for Racial Equity members Linda Wright and Bob Deyle will explore the nature of implicit bias, how it
All Unitarian Universalist congregations are invited to participate in this annual tradition! This year, Side With Love will offer a worship service featuring stirring music, deep-hearted reflection, and moving testimonies from a range of UU leaders.
Working toward liberation requires that we continue to educate one another in what that means. Many are hurt by systems of oppression while others face layers of oppression due to holding several marginalized identities simultaneously. Better understanding these intersections can help us as Unitarian Universalist take meaningful action.
Stewardship is about more than financial giving. It is about the shared ministry of the congregation and how it creates ripples out into the world. Stewardship signifies the trust placed in one another to support the ministry of the church through one’s time, talents, and treasures. All worship services are currently being held via Zoom
So much of the last two years has involved sitting on the edge of our seats, waiting to see what will happen next. There have been a whole host of emotions simmering just below the surface. Now we are faced with the prospect of bringing all of those emotions back with us. We must be
The arc of the moral universe is long but we must help it bend toward justice. How do we accountably work toward justice without a spiritual foundation? We are being called as a faith tradition to better define our theology, particularly a theology of liberation. All worship services are currently being held via Zoom only.
How do we measure a year? What do we celebrate in life and love? At the end of the year, let us look back at the things we hold dear – our families, our friends, and our communities within and beyond the church.
Rather than setting New Year’s resoultions which so often fade after a month or two, let us consider setting intentions for this year together.
Join us the day after Christmas for a special service about winter solstice presented by Helen Cassara, (they/them) who serves as UUCTS’s Director of Religious Exploration and is also a seminarian at Starr King School of Ministry.
This Christmas Eve, may we celebrate the Joy of Christmas from the perspective of a child.