I was trying to decide whether to write about the Moral March in Raleigh, NC or my conversation with our UUA regional representative for Congregational Life, Rev. Connie Goodbread, when it occurred to me that the theme was the same for each event. The theme is fusion. The Moral March was the 80-100,000 person strong… read more
Four UUCL members joined Rev. Janet Onnie to gather in Raleigh, NC in the largest march for justice since Selma. Why? And what did they learn?
What does it mean to dream, and how do our dreams inspire our action.
UU Minister Rev. Harry Meserve asked, If you were arrested for being a Unitarian Universalist, would there be enough evidence to convict you?” The juxtaposition of welcoming new UUCL members and observing Black History month gives us an opportunity to consider the rights and responsibilities of membership in a minority group.
There a Christmas song entitled “Do You Hear What I Hear?”. Then it goes on to tell the listener what the singer heard. As I recall, I never heard the answer to the Do You Hear What I Hear question, because we never heard from the listener. There was no dialogue. This is a song… read more