As some of you may be aware, our UU denomination during the past year has been dominated by issues of race. Racial issues were involved in the sudden resignations of our UUA President Peter Morales, its Chief Operating Officer, its Director of Congregational Life, and … read more.
About 17 years ago I was attending a worship committee meeting at a UU congregation. I made the remark that I thought we needed to ensure that all our services, whether they were primarily about social justice, or history, or a congregational finance, needed to … read more.
Listen, the Birds Are Singing – Rev. Bill Graves and Frances Wood
Religious Naturalism is a spiritual strand that resonates well with many Unitarian Universalists. Exquisitely beautiful and endlessly fascinating birds are all around us awaiting our notice, especially now as we are on the cusp … read more.
UU History in Depth, Part 3: “American Unitarianism 1620-1860. Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 7:00pm
As usual Bill invites you to come at 6:30 to share a vegetarian pizza so long as it lasts. This is the story of the pilgrims, the birth of congregational polity, minister/scientist … read more.
Workshop for Worship Service Leaders, Saturday, March 10, 10:00 am.
We would love to expand our group of Sunday worship service leaders. If this is a way you might consider contributing to KVUUC you are invited to attend a workshop on worship presentation to be led … read more.
Greetings from Oaxaca! I write you from the apartment where Frances and I have spent the past eight Januarys. Today Saturday, January 26 will be typical. The temperature will range from about 52 to 74 degrees and with no chance of rain. I will make … read more.
Our theme for December selected by our KCUUC Council on Worship is “Hope”. As she usually does, Mary Oliver finds the most elegant ways to access abstract topics. Let me share a prose-poem by her titled Maybe hope, maybe faith:
In the winter I am writing … read more.
O My G-d – by Rev. Bill Graves and Rev. Lita Malone
The title to this service borrows from the Jewish tradition of refraining from saying or writing a full word representing the source of all which is unknowable and unnamable. But, even while acknowledging our inherent … read more.