Speaker: Rev. Sue Browning

From Trust to Possibility

What builds trust in communities? How does trust translate to new possibilities? At this service Rev. Sue Browning and Lenore Bajare-Dukes from the Unitarian Universalist Association will partner for a time of story and questions around sources of possibility.

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A Link in the Chain

Do you feel that sacrifice has a central role to play in addressing the climate crisis? If so, what might that look like? Are there other ways to stem the changes? Join Rev. Sue Browning for a service where we will reflect on the personal … read more.

The Challenges of Pluralism

Over and over we proclaim our core commitment to valuing difference. How do we live well in a pluralistic society? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll reflect on the responsibilities and compromises needed to continually make space for others’ religious and cultural practices. 

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A ‘Reboot’ of Our Faith

Often when we ‘reboot’ a computer something realigns and it operates better. Might a periodic ‘reboot’ of our faith tradition be wise? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider how the proposed updates to the Unitarian Universalist principles may serve as just such a … read more.

From Gratitude to Generosity

What does it mean to be of a generous spirit? Where has generosity enriched your life? At this special service with Rev. Sue Browning and others we’ll consider the many ways this congregation rests on the generosity of those who have come before, and ways … read more.

What is Collective Liberation?

Our Universalist forebearers didn’t see it was possible for anyone to end up in hell. They saw all were worthy, and thus all would be saved. Today, Rev. Dr. Sofia Betancourt finds it is these Universalist roots which guide us to, “an idea of collective … read more.

The Essence of Our Unitarian Universalist Faith

Nothing is static, including faith traditions. At this beginning-of-the-year service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll have a chance to connect (re-connect) with the roots of Unitarian Universalism and explore recent trends in the faith. Whether you are a lifelong UU, a curious newcomer, or somewhere … read more.