It’s very easy to get caught up in the idea that we are special, that we are unique, that we are different … in big and small ways. But the truth is that we are all made of the same things! The same things that … read more.
It’s been a few years since we’ve done this in person – a merging of the waters. We ask attendees to bring a small amount of water, from their travels or activities of the recent past, or to symbolize an important concept to them. It … read more.
The theology of Universalism is rooted in the Christian idea of salvation in the next life, an answer to the threat of eternal condemnation. For modern UUs, that leaves open the question of what it means to live a Universalist faith in this life. In … read more.
September marks the anniversary of Universalism in America. September of 2020 saw the 250th anniversary of Universalism in America. Here we are a year later, a country divided, in desperate need of healing in so many ways. I want to share with you some of the conversation … read more.
Paul wrote to the Romans that though sin abounds in the world, “grace much more abounds.” Whether he’s right depends on our willingness and ability to make room for grace in a world that can never be anything but imperfect. Chad Snyder, member of Michael … read more.