September 6, “Legacy of our 2nd U,” Rev. Phil Schulman
Universal Salvation is one of the two theological roots of our living tradition. Rev. Phil Schulman will explore the submerger and reemergence of Universalism and will suggest how it’s leading us to offer a challenging and hopeful message of love and universal kinship.
Rev. Phil Schulman has been engaged since 1989 in a ministry of organizing and supporting communities of care, and has advocated for democracy, self-determination, holistic approaches to healing, peer support, nonviolence, and human rights. He is the founder of the “10 Tree Challenge,” which, in conjunction with the UU Ministry for Earth, was the impetus behind approximately forty congregations planting between three to four thousand trees. Phil is also passionate about Restorative Circles and Systems and believes they are the future of Unitarian Universalism.
Find the archive of previous sermons (text and/or audio files as available) here.
See the updated Social Responsibilities Council Brochure
Capital Area Against Mass Incarceration (CAAMI) will be meeting on the second Tuesday of every month, 7 pm at the Social Justice Center.
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Sunday, Sept, 13, 10:00 AM: Homecoming Service. Bring some water from your summer for the gathering of the waters!
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Monday, Aug. 24, 6:00 – 9:00 PM: Living the Seven Principles Workshop in Channing Hall. This workshop is for those who seek to integrate practical, thoughtful, and heartfelt ways of living those very values in their relationships. Read more here.
Three types of small groups: seeking truth and deeper meaning
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