Sunday Service: Disability Rights are Civil Rights

Kathy McMahon-Klosterman, Professor Emerita, Educational Psychology joins us to discuss the largest minority in America, people with disabilities.  Disability is an equal opportunity minority group because anyone can enter it at any time. Starting with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and moving to the Americans with Disabilities Act  Amendment Act of 2008, Kathy will share … Continued

Sunday Service: “The Great Meteor Procession of 1913: Big Scary Things from a Distance.”

On February 9, 1913, people throughout North America witnessed a line of huge fireballs cutting a path across the sky.  There are a variety of theories to explain what they saw, but reactions at the time ranged from terror to intense curiosity.  Come join Diane Wright as we consider our reactions to the big, scary … Continued

Sunday Service: Luminescence

A Unitarian Universalist Holiday Luminescence has been created as a distinctly UU holiday, to honor the many paths our faith offers for attaining spiritual fulfilment and to celebrate the freedom our faith provides each individual in seeking their own personal truth. Today we celebrate our own religion’s wonderful, distinctive identity. Service leader:  Linda Amspaugh.  This … Continued

Sunday Service: “Just Breathe”

Terri L. Messman-Moore, Professor, Department of Psychology at Miami joins us this morning.  Across the ages, spiritual and religious teachers have extolled the importance of the breath. In Christian traditions, one’s relationship with God is called “The Breath of Life.” Indeed, one of the best-known verses in the Bible is Genesis 2:7, “And the Lord … Continued