Love With No Exceptions – Click here to join…
It’s been 250 years since John Murray preached his first sermon on American soil. Come, hear how Universalism has made a difference in many lives today.
Rooted, Inspired & Ready Click here… to join
Our faith is perfectly poised for such a time as this. Let’s take part!
Warnings Against Idolatries of the Mind and Spirit Click here… to join
-Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris
We’ll wrap our summer series with a look at the reminders of not venerating the uncertain. What have we learned through our exploration?
Heed the Results of Science: Joseph Priestley, Maverick Scientist Unitarian Click here… to join
The discoverer of oxygen and soda water was not just incidentally a Unitarian.
Heed the Results of Science: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin Click here… to join
Cecilia Payne blazed a trail into the largely male-dominated scientific community and was an inspiration to many. Her thesis “Stellar Atmospheres” was hailed as “the most brilliant Ph.D. thesis ever written in astronomy.”
Elizabeth Blackwell, First Woman Physician Click here… to join
Influenced by the Unitarian transcendentalist movement, Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman to graduate from medical school in 1849.