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“The Way We Behold the Moon: Of Patriotism and Faith”

Unitarian Universalists strongly uphold a separation of church and state, and yet…. We explore their necessary separation—and their close connection.

“The Power of We”

Today marks the big finish of this year's General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. What is the significance of connecting with other congregations? In what way are we strengthened by being part of a faith that is larger than just one individual, one group, one congregation?

“Beautiful Yawp”

This year marks Walt Whitman’s 200th birthday. In honor of Whitman and today’s Saratoga Pride Festival, we explore how his ideas about self, sensuality, and beauty are appealing to a Unitarian Universalist faith.

“Shy About Blossoming”

In this, our annual flower communion service, we combine our blossoms into one big bouquet and wonder about why, with the potential for such beauty, we can be shy about blossoming.

“Living the Curious Faith”

In many ways, Unitarian Universalism is a faith of, and perhaps in, curiosity. We explore ways that curiosity can be a spiritual path that leads to transformation.