This Sunday, before the Radical Love Party, Piper explored the radical idea of fostering Home and what it means as a parent, as a child, as a congregation and as a society. Home is not a physical space, but a state of belonging. How are … read more.
Speaker: Piper Harrell
Piper Harrell and Priscilla Baker with members of Hospice Volunteer Services and Wellspring provided a beautiful service about the practice of singing for the dying. All readings were from On the Breath of Song: The Practice of Bedside Singing for the Dying, by Kathy Leo, founder … read more.
Yes, we are all biased, but all good people are. It’s a part of us that we need to understand and deal with. Paul Stone and Piper Harrell looked at what implicit bias is and how it sneaks up on us in all phases of … read more.
Piper Harrell explored the women’s march and sexual assault through a new lens.
Becky Strum read There’s a war to be won by Ashley Frangiane in 3 parts. It’s become a rallying call for women seeking to find their voice in the #Metoo movement.
Steve Maier and Piper Harrell led the congregation in reflections and conversation around what Radical Love means to us in all parts of our lives. Reflecting on their Spring conference on Faith and Revolutionary Love, they ask. What does it mean to stay vulnerable while … read more.
We examined the role of politics, money, and performance in Broadway theater and Hollywood. Rev Barnaby read an article from Emmy nominee Corey Stoll, the star of Julius Caesar, TV’s This Is Us and the upcoming Black Panther movie:
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The UU College of Social Justice states that to be engaged in the UU principles means “We believe that genuine social transformation is brought about when individuals and groups are willing to be changed, even as they strive to change the world.” As we look … read more.
So said Rabbi Abraham Heschel. In this service before the elections, Piper Harrell and other participants in the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Ally Group led us through a meditation on the intersection of spirituality and social justice. By asking ourselves the hard questions of what … read more.