Speaker: The Reverend Dr. Emily Melcher
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with Ruth Richards
When and how have you experienced being fully at home in your body? What experiences or ideas have caused you to leave your body, or to see it as something other than you? How might we come … read more.
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With Terra Anderson and Ken Merrell
Hailed by George Washington as “The Great Experiment”, our democracy is in grave peril. It’s ours – the people’s – to save or lose. What are we called to do in this moment in … read more.
PLEASE JOIN UUCWI FOR WORSHIP VIA ZOOM TELECONFERENCING
Sunday, March 15, 2020, 10:00 a.m.
The Reverend Emily Melcher
with Ruth Richards, and Eileen Soskin
Are you among the temporarily able-bodied and healthy? Young, strong, vigorous? Or even old and healthy? Or simply not willing to “panic” about Covid-19? … read more.
The English mathematician and process philosopher Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947) considered worship “an adventure of the spirit”. Join us for today’s adventure!
With: Gladys Howard
Music: Eileen Soskin
Story for all ages with Rev. Emily Melcher
Sermon by Rev. Emily Melcher
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It’s a rare person in the US today whose life is not touched by addiction. Whether we ourselves live with addiction or have a family member or close friend who does, most of us have at least a glimpse of addiction’s impact. Today, we’ll explore … read more.
Heather McCoy and Darren McCoy
From the person who keeps an extra everything “just in case”, to those of us who have simply accumulated more stuff than we need, our possessions can too easily come to possess us. No wonder there are … read more.
Everyone dies. Whether death is near and palpable or apparently so distant that it yet yields to our denial of it, its inevitably leads us variously to reflect on, fear, plan and prepare for, deny, or simply wonder about the end of life. How do … read more.
On this Sunday before Thanksgiving, we’ll tackle what womanist ethicist Emilie M. Townes calls “the fantastic hegemonic imagination,” and explore how The Doctrine of Discovery, Manifest Destiny and the cultural constructs of race have created the United States as we know it.
~ with Mavis Cauffman … read more.