Our friend, of many years, Stanley Biel, former friend of UCN, loyal sandwich maker and resident of the Catholic Worker House passed during the early morning of June 29th, 2016. It is good that the pain that he endured for the last few years is … read more.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Learning from Earth’s Tiny Creatures
Unitarian Universalist congregations across the US feature lay speakers during the months of July and August. The summer series allows some holiday routine for our minister and presents an opportunity for congregants to make a substantive contribution to our formal worship program. The 2016 summer … read more.
A quick report from UUA General Assembly! I arrived in Columbus, OH on Monday, driving from Norfolk starting after the service Sunday. The trip was uneventful, and it was great to see mountains! I think living in Norfolk has left me a bit “vertical deprived.” Driving the … read more.
Good Afternoon. This has been a very hard week for some of us. The 2 AM Sunday shooting deaths of 49 people at The Pulse in Orlando, a gay night club has caused sadness and anger. The way the tragedy has been reported, reinterpreted … read more.
Sixteen springs and sixteen summers gone now
Cartwheels turn to car wheels thru the town
And they tell him take your time it won’t be long now
Till you drag your feet to slow the circles down
( Joni Mitchell’s song, “Circle Game” http://jonimitchell.com/music/song.cfm?id=39 )
This Sunday … read more.
The Challenge of Climate Change
Your Old Man (Remembering Your Father)
Part II: Race Relations: School to Prison Pipeline
June Service Theme
Our theme for June is “Journey” as in voyage or adventure. Don’t worry, you don’t have to sing “Don’t Stop Believing” (unless remembering the 1980s rock band “Journey” helps you remember our theme.) It makes sense for our Bridging service, on June 12, … read more.