The Good of All
Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal faith, not a creedal one. In the first of two sermons on covenant, we’ll explore the origins of congregational polity and the importance of relational promises.
Positive atheism sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? After all, atheism really is a negative word. It means not having a belief in any gods. But negative isn’t always bad. Herb describes the differences between positive atheism, negative atheism, and humanism, and effective ways that terminology can help change our culture.
What a complicated cup of soup is that thing we call “justice.” In this lay-led service, Walter will draw upon his experience as a genocide scholar to consider the #MeToo movement, the trial of Adolph Eichmann, and the war on drugs. Together we will ponder our needs for revenge, deterrence, rehabilitation and – at last — healing. (Sunday Services associate: Richard Nelson)