“Reproductive Justice Sunday – Renewing our Commitment”

Rev. Judy Zimmerman, with Elaine Castles, celebrant.  On the 49th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe vs. Wade decision, with a pending case that legal scholars say may overturn this decision, reproductive justice looms large. This morning we will explore how Unitarian Universalism and reproductive … read more.

This Month’s Theme is “Renewal”

    Renewal & Repairing the World Renewal is the way of the Earth: through seeds that burst, grow, bloom; through fallen leaves that become compost enriching the soil; through heavy snows pruning trees by breaking weaker branches and conserving soil moisture; through periodic fires renewing diverse ecosystems; through small floods cleansing rivers; and other natural processes. We would do well to understand that we need renewal, individually and collectively. Renewal can come through rest, a walk in the woods, by observing the Sabbath and keeping it holy, by time spent with family or friends conversing, sharing a meal, or both. We are not the Energizer Bunny. We cannot go on endlessly. Renewal is a process of repair of body, mind, and soul. Only through self-care will we have the motivation and capacity to work to repair the world.

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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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