October 2018 Theme: The Interdependent Web
We did not weave the web of life; we are merely a strand in it.
Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves.
Attributed to Chief Noah Sealth, Duwamish and Squamish, North Americ
Separateness Is An … read more.
Social Justice Creates Strong Community!
From Melissa Bishop, Co-Chair Prairie UU Social Justice Committee
Prairie Unitarian Universalist is committed to fostering a social justice focused community. We find value in deeply listening to each other’s stories and reflecting on our personal experiences with justice work, mental health, … read more.
Mahatma Gandhi once said: “Those who say religion has nothing to do with politics do not know what religion is.”
The truth is, there are conflicting values and morals taught by religions and these often guide a person’s politics, whether they have examined them through … read more.
Dear Members and Friends,
We recently received a thank you note from Rev. Jami Yandle of Ohio who helped lead a movement to change our Second Source to make it more gender neutral and also include people of all ages.
In the Second Source, words and deeds … read more.
Beautiful peace is created person by person in community. This is a real peace, one that recognizes our differences, our pains and our joys.
We find an inner peace when we are willing to share a piece of ourselves with others, and we are … read more.