Whose Justice is It?

The second Principle of Unitarian Universalism guides us to “justice, equity and compassion in human relations.” In these complex times, the meaning of justice and equity will be considered.

The Shot that Echoes Still

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination marked a blow to the struggle for racial equality from which the U.S. has still not healed. In an essay published in 1972, writer James Baldwin reflected on attending the funeral, and how King’s death signaled the end of … read more.

Universalizing Faith

“Universalizing Faith” is the sixth and final stage of spiritual development, according to theologian James Fowler. Let’s examine the word “faith” in the context of Unitarian Universalism and our own spiritual development. What does this stage look like, and how do we get there?