Thwarting the Thieves of Wonder

We live in a world of paradoxes. Our world is both beautiful and harsh, filled with blessings and tragedy. Whether we want to admit it or not, we too are paradoxical creatures. We look at what Einstein has to say about these paradoxes and explore how religion can support us through the conundrum.

In Rhythm with the Times

For a brief period after merger in 1961, Unitarian Universalism’s optimism matched the spirit of the era. It didn’t last forever. The Adult Choir introduces a powerful statement of faith: Mark Miller’s stunning setting of words scratched on the walls of a cellar in Cologne, Germany by a Jew hiding from Nazi persecution.

Gators, Blessings and Such

This Sunday’s sermon is about being awake to the worlds around us;  hidden worlds for the most part:  small vine ripe blueberries, a bald eagle spotted in Maine, the ever-changing beautiful earth and a story about alligators, just for good measure.