All Posts by Glenn Barrows

January 17th Worship Service: MLK Today

January 17th Worship Service: MLK TodayWhat do the words and actions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. mean today, including his more radical and less commonly-heard messages? How might his perspective speak to the issues we care about at First Unitarian, our Faith In Action projects, and the world around us? Make your offering at […]

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Meet the Board

FirstAnnounce Meet the Board(thanks to Mary Sullivan for the post)-It’s a new year and there have been some shuffling of seats on your Board of Trustees.  It seems like a good time to introduce you to all of your Trustees and let you know that our work has not ceased during this pandemic period with […]

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Join Circlecraft

FirstAnnounce Join Circlecraft(thanks to Erin Kenworthy for the post)-Circlecraft is about creating a personalized pagan spiritual practice with guidance by your local erstwhile subtlewitch, Erin K.   We’ll be reading and discussing The Circle Within by Dianne Sylvan (available on kindle and as a paperback) in a series of 10, 90-minute online workshops offered once a […]

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Help with Technology

FirstAnnounce Help with Technology(thanks to Coral Cosway for the post)-Are you having trouble connecting because of technology problems? Let us help!   We’ve all experienced difficulties with applications intended to help us connect virtually over the past year. Is this technology preventing you from staying connected to us? Members of our congregation who are familiar […]

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Self Care Resources

FirstAnnounce Self Care Resources(thanks to Karen Ray for the post)-The Mental Well-Being Core Circle has been pulling together Self-Care Resources in response to the mental health effects of this Pandemic Year, and we wanted to share them with members and friends of the congregation. Resources (Brene Brown podcasts, anyone?) are now posted on the FUSD […]

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January 10th Worship Service: The Work That is Never Done

January 10th Worship Service: The Work That is Never DoneContinuing our series on the Principles of Unitarian Universalism, the second principle is: Justice, Equity, and Compassion in Human Relations. Make your offering at Share0 Tweet0 Share0 To share this story, please click on the social media badges above. If you are not already logged […]

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PeacePeace is the Whole Souul Living Theme for January, and it represents a profoundly challenging hope.  Pacifist A. J. Muste wrote:  We cannot have peace if we are only concerned with peace. War is not an accident. It is the logical outcome of a certain way of life. If we want to attack war, we […]

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Christmas Eve: Hold On

Christmas Eve: Hold OnLooking for the thread of continuity, the thread of community, the thread of transcendence, the thread we hold on to no matter what comes, the thread that, when we hold it, we can never be lost. Make your offering at Share0 Tweet0 Share0 To share this story, please click on the […]

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