Speaker: Rev. Chris Hockman

Reverence and Repairing the World

Sunday Service begins at 11:00 AM – Livestreamed
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.” It is out of such reverence that the desire to repair the … read more.

Reverence for Life

Sunday Service begins at 11:00 AM – Livestreamed
Coined by theologian/philosopher Albert Schweitzer, the notion of Reverence for Life states that the only thing we can be sure of is that we live and want to go on living. This is something that we share with everything else … read more.

Love Beyond Belief

People often ask what holds our religion together when we have such diverse theological beliefs. One of the answers is simple. We “Love Beyond Belief.” Our UU faith tradition encourages us to embrace people rather than creeds, so we always endeavor to love others beyond … read more.

The Human Limitations of Reason

It turns out that people typically overestimate their ability to be logical and rational. Find out about all the human qualities that make us less rational than we think. How can we overcome some of our inherent biases and other ways of thinking that make … read more.

Humanism and the Challenge of Race

Based on Anthony Pinn’s book, Colorblindness Isn’t the Answer, Humanism and the Challenge of Race, learn how humanism must embrace racial justice as part of its commitment to the well-being of life in general and human flourishing in particular. What is the call to action for … read more.

The Assault on Reason

From fake news and alternative facts to conspiracy theories and deception, it seems that reason is under attack like never before. As a religious tradition that values human reason as a means of understanding our existence, how are we Unitarian Universalists called to respond?

Schism and Success: Universalism in the Later 1800s

Let’s pick up where we last left off on our journey through Universalist history. Find out about the aftermath of Hosea Ballou’s A Treatise on Atonement that articulated Universalist theology for the 19th century. What was all the controversy about? What made Universalism the sixth-largest denomination in … read more.

Hot Topics in Unitarian Universalism

Come find out about all the happenings at the 2021 Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly, which was held virtually in June. Where are we going as a faith tradition? What are we struggling with? What are our successes in a very difficult year?

Live Stream
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You Belong

Based on the work of Sebene Selassie, You Belong: A Call for Connection, find out how we can resist the forces that demand our separation as humans and reclaim the connection—and belonging—that have been ours all along. Accepting our belonging is the key to facing the … read more.

Ask the Minister

Do you have a question about Unitarian Universalism, religion, or any aspect of life? Try asking the minister! In this service, Rev. Chris will attempt to answer whatever question may be on your mind. If you’d like to submit your question early, email … read more.