Speaker: Rev. James Kubal-Komoto
The holidays are soon upon us. As many of us prepare to spend time with friends and relatives over the next two months, Rev. James will share a story about a visit with his own extended family.
A pivotal election in our nation’s history is now less than a year away. How can we be strong advocates for liberal religious values while remaining a welcoming congregation for people whose political views differ from our own?
To be human, the Unitarian Universalist minister Forrest Church once said, is to be alive and know that we will die. This morning’s service explores a liberal religious understanding of life, death, grief, and love. The service is an all-ages service so children and youth are … read more.