Dirt-Based Salvation

Dirt-Based Salvation. This Earth Day we review exactly how and why UU theologies support a reverence for the earth.

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  • February 28, 2018

    Adult RE Class: Growing the Circle Wider – Facing the Stigma of Mental Illness

    Join Student Minister, Holly Brown for a three-evening course on how we can be more intentionally welcoming and inclusive to individuals with mental illnesses. Mental illness deeply affects many individuals and families both within and outside of our own congregation. The goal of the class is to create greater understanding of current terminology, the stigma that individuals with mental illness face, and how our religious tradition calls us to engage.   Unitarian Universalism has a long history of showing spiritual concern for individuals dealing with mental illness; we can continue that legacy in our own community.   The sessions are scheduled for three consecutive Wednesday evenings, April 25, May 2, and May 9, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Please sign-up ...

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After many years of complacency with traditional religion I began a search for a congregation that would advance my spiritual journey in a supportive environment. At North Unitarian Universalist Congregation I have found a place where different religious backgrounds, life experiences and talents come together. I now feel I am where I should be, my only regret is I didn’t start that search sooner.

They believe in me--my holiness, my truth, and my life--so much, so freely, and so kindly!  It is life-giving. I can't help but to return, and share.