Topic: Social Justice

Urban Ecology

From the County Council to the Wildlife Corridor, Dr. Wendy Anderson has shared her message about Urban Ecology. This week Dr. Anderson will share her vision of creating spaces and landscapes to support as much biodiversity as we can within our urban boundaries. Rather than saying, “We … read more.

Burnout and Social Justice

Burnout, defined as exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation (usually because of prolonged stress or frustration), is a common buzzword tossed around by armchair psychologists. But what does it really mean for people, and how can we work through it to be more … read more.

Trans Divinity

As anti-Trans rhetoric grows throughout the US, rooted in violent theologies of white nationalism, let’s spend time reminding ourselves and the world of the ways that Trans existence, is at its very core, divine. Worship leader, Judy Raymond, will guide us through our service.

Forgotten Prophets

In honor of Black History Month this February, join Matthew Pargeter-Villarreal for a reflection on the story of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a black female Unitarian abolitionist, suffragist, and women’s rights advocate, whose incredible history and story is a reminder of the prophetic voices throughout … read more.

A Cornerstone of Brick

Sixty-three years after the riot at Stonewall Inn that catapulted LGBTQIA+ rights into social consciousness, the conversations around queer identity are alive and well. What does it mean to be a part of the community today? When should we fight fitting in? Join Deanna Leary … read more.

Celebrating July 4th During Controversy

In 1852, abolitionist movement leader Frederick Douglass gave a scathing speech the day after Independence Day, saying: “This Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn…. Do you mean, citizens, to mock me, by asking me to speak today?” Douglass … read more.