Liberals, Radicals, and MLK

In his own era, Martin Luther King, Jr., was a polarizing figure in American politics and religion. One of the primary tensions that existed both then and now is between mainstream liberalism and a more radical progressivism. What does this tension mean for us as Unitarian Universalists?

Integrity and Oppression

At a recent UU General Assembly, Cornel West challenged us to answer four questions originally posed by W.E.B. DuBois, the first of which was “How Shall Integrity Face Oppression?” Each of us strives to live a life of integrity. How can we be true to ourselves in the face of systemic oppression and injustice?

Theology of ‘Frozen’

The animated film “Frozen” and its sequel raise some interesting theological issues, including individual autonomy versus belonging in community, love and fear, and betrayal and forgiveness, among others. This sermon will explore these themes and how they relate to our own life and times.