It is the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda of 1568. Just what does that mean and how is it important to Unitarian-Universalists?
Reverend Bill Clark
Reverend Bill asks the question: what do you thirst for? Justice? Equality? Love? What will quench your thirst?
Unitarian Universalist religious professionals of color created this powerful worship service to help our congregations navigate our history of upholding white supremacy and how we can collectively work to dismantle it within the UU faith.
It is often in the quiet and silent moments when a connection to the Divine is experienced. Yet what of joyful noise? What about singing and dancing, swirling and twirling? Reverend Bill gives his last sermon before GA (June 19th -26th) and his summer holiday … read more.
Rumi has been hailed as one of the greatest mystic-poets that ever lived. His 13th century Sufi writings and poetry continue to be a spiritual inspiration to those of many faiths around the world. This Sunday Reverend Bill Clark returns to the pulpit to explore … read more.
As we gather on this Mother’s Day, let us acknowledge and celebrate all those women who have been warned and yet persisted – those we know – those we don’t know, and those yet to find their voices!!
As a denomination, we have been called to address this very uncomfortable topic. We will unpack these topics in a spirit of the beloved community. Even if the topic makes you want to stay away, I encourage you to come, to learn and to listen to some new paradigms being placed before us.