The fourth in the series on the sources of our UU faith, Rev. Jones presents ideas about our Christian heritage on this Palm Sunday
Rev. Ken Jones
This morning Rev. Jones continues his series on our Healthy Relations Covenant, highlighting both our promise to “listen deeply” and to “speak with courage and humility.” We’ll consider how the most important aspect of communication is not always to convey information, but to simply connect.
This morning Rev. Jones continues his series on the sources of UU faith, this week’s being “Wisdom from the world’s religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.”
This morning we will look at ways racism and white supremacy permeate nearly every aspect and level of our lives, including, sometimes, the religious institution we hold dear. The service will feature, in absentia, many voices of Unitarian Universalist People of Color.
Join us this morning as Rev. Jones explores the second of our sources: “Words and deeds of prophetic people which challenge us to confront powers and structures of evil with justice, compassion, and the transforming power of love.” You are invited to bring a picture … read more.
Inspired by the recent service honoring the tenth anniversary of UUCY’s Health Relations Covenant, this morning Rev. Ken Jones will initiate a series of sermons looking more deeply at the promises in our covenant.
Join us this evening (no morning service this Sunday) for our annual candlelight and carols service.
Rev. Jones will offer the first sermon in a series on the six sources of Unitarian Universalism. This one covers “Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to … read more.
The fourth value identified in our visioning process last year is “learning.” This morning Rev. Jones will explore what learning means in a religious community.
Borrowing a line from one of our most beloved hymns, Rev. Jones will explore the third value identified in our visioning process: Justice. What is justice? What does it ask of us? One year after our last national election, how has it changed? Or not?