Rev. Sue Browning

Unitarian Universalists and The Cross

Symbols are powerful. From what we wear, to what we display, symbols shortcut our communications with one another. At this Easter service with Rev. Sue Browning together we’ll ask, ‘When we see the cross of Christianity displayed, what comes to mind?’ and we will consider … read more.

Claiming Pride

When a child returns home after facing a challenge, we might say, “I’m proud of you.” We foster a child’s sense of pride in who they are and affirm their sense of power in the world. At this service Rev. Sue Browning will … read more.

Fire of Commitment: When We Journey Together

Has your life ever included a transformative journey? Was it physical travel, or maybe a lifestyle change? When on a pilgrimage we intentionally leave ordinary patterns of life with a destination in mind and then return changed. On other journeys, we commit to a community … read more.

Trust: The Essence of Faith

What do you trust in the world? What is the bedrock of your faith? Unitarian Universalism is often explained by describing aspects of other faith traditions which were rejected. Join Rev. Sue Browning as we consider the ways we hope our faith supports us in … read more.

What Does ‘Social Justice’ Look Like?

How do you understand justice? To make a difference in the world we need clarity on what we are called to do. As Unitarian Universalists we lean toward action and create “Social Justice” to-do lists. At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll step back … read more.

Promise and Possibility

When have you taken the risk of making a commitment? What possibilities opened for you through commitment? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll look at the rituals of promise and the hope made possible in such acts. The choir will sing.

 

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When Hard Lines Fade

Of late, the term, “Stay in your lane” is heard often. It translates roughly to “You do your job, I’ll do mine.”  At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider when this is helpful guidance, when it’s not, and reflect on what … read more.