One of the largest and fasting growing global religions, “Islam,” emphasizes submission as the central ethic of the spiritual life. Is this the opposite of the Unitarian Universalist emphasis on personal freedom in religion? We’ll explore the relationship of freedom to submission by looking at … read more.
2018 saw the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass: one of the greatest voices of freedom and protest in American history. We’ll consider what Douglass has to say to us today about freedom, oppression, and the complex reality of America.
Who and how are we called to be at this time, individually and collectively? How are we called to act and to live? How does our Unitarian Universalist legacy strengthen us in living out our mission? In what ways does our legacy present challenges and impediments to … read more.
UU leaders at Meadville Lombard Seminary have been studying the ways we worship and suggest that contemporary worship must be dynamic to appeal to more people and a wider range of people. Let’s try a little contemporary flair. What could this look like? Let’s open … read more.