“I’ll Meet You There”

Rev. Judy Zimmerman, with Dan Ball, celebrant. This is the point when Samhain, Halloween, All Saints and All Souls Day meet in time. The veil between human and spirit worlds is especially thin.  As we stand at this intersection we’ll look to the world’s wisdom traditions … read more.

This Month’s Theme is “Reverence”

    Reverence & Repairing the World It is impossible to repair the world if we do not have reverence for the Earth, this amazing planet that gave birth to us, and to the ten-thousand-thousand things with whom we share life. The chance of the existence of Earth and of our species on Earth are considered to be less than 1 in 60 billion. Not great odds, but here it is and here we are. As Wendell Berry writes, “it is only on the condition of humility and reverence before the world that our species will be able to remain in it.” Respect is not enough. Love is not enough. Humility and reverence can create right relationship so that care and repair can matter.

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    Unitarian Universalism and the Pandemic

    The Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is committed to offering a safe, healthful, and inclusive religious community as the pandemic evolves.  Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association offers this message that expresses the values and practices that guide MCUUF.
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    For credible  data on current COVID vaccination and prevalence rates the Unitarian Univesalist Association recommends COVID Act Now