Speaker: Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris

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Keep Journeying  – Click here… to join

Today we’ll recognize our newest members; recognizing the importance of making a commitment to a new faith home, especially in a time of pandemic. John Lewis told us, “The journey toward the Beloved Community is a journey … read more.

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Lessons from Indigenous Peoples Day – Click here… to join

“To be an Indigenous person is to be engaged in relationships,” says All My Relations podcast team Adrienne Keene and Matika Wilbur. Let us forge connections and relationships where we live. We’ll feature art … read more.

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The Poignancy of Living in These Days – Click here to join…

Among so many other important things we note, we are also living in what is named in Judaism, “the High Holy Days.” These are days of taking stock, for making amends, to … read more.

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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.  

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We Are All Longing To Go Home – Click here to join…

We’ll celebrate our water communion today, gathering water from our homes, our pond, our river, our reservoirs. Take a picture of yourself and your water, send it to Rev. Katie (by 9/9), and … read more.

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Question Box Click here… to join.

What could the minister answer for you? Do you want to ask about life, death, God, history or mundane things? Email your questions so some answers will have a prepared answer, and a few … read more.

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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?

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Heed the Results of Science

Click here to join… The 5th source of our living tradition, “Humanist teachings which counsel us to heed the results of science, and warn us of idolatries of the mind and spirit” will serve as … read more.