NEXT FEW SUNDAYS
March Worship Services
Pulpit Guest: Reverend Dr. Joshua Snyder
March 1 Ecology and Everyday Life
Although we are each individuals we live in an interconnected, interdependent world. This sermon will discuss the environment and the seventh principle, our unity with the world we live in.
March 8 Marching and Dying in a Sacred Cause
Fifty years ago this month, during the weeks leading up to the event called "Bloody Sunday" and for the ensuing march from Selma to Montgomery, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Dr. King appealed to people across the United States to join in the struggle for voting rights. Unitarian Universalists were among those who answered the call. Some answered that call with their lives.
March 15 The Three Biggest Problems Facing Humanity
And what we can do about them.
March 22 The Parched Earth Cried Out for Water and the People Had None to Drink
Water is viewed as a sacred element in many religious traditions. Life came from water and water is essential for life ongoing. And yet there are so many places in the world where thirst is a constant reality and, with each year, climate change brings greater threats to water supplies of communities around the globe. How can we slake the world's spiritual thirst?
March 29 If Men Could Get Pregnant, Abortion Would be Subsidized
This "debate" has been filled with so many phony issues for so long that it gets tiring. At the Center of it all is the question: Are people willing to trust women to make moral decisions?