Waking Up

By Rev. Terry Davis Delivered at Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation on March 19, 2017 What does it mean to be spiritually awake? Hannah described it as a place where she sees beauty in everything and has a deep feeling of contentment and peace. We might say that the people in Dana’s story who dug clay and cut down trees to […]

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Acting Like a Naturalist

Regardless of our philosophies or politics, if we can agree that the earth is stunning, generous, and needs our care, then perhaps we have a more hopeful and mutual path to its conservation than we previously imagined. Perhaps our inner naturalist, guided by an ancient instinct to connect intimately with our sacred planet, will help us find even more common ground and a shared sense of holy purpose.

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We Can’t Stop Now

When we witness actions in our country and communities that threaten the well-being of these vulnerable people and our vulnerable planet, we are called to do more than claim that we stand on the side of love. Like Summer and Malala, we must take action. We can’t stop now – especially today. So, what can we do?

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March 2017 UNIverse

March. It’s a demanding, commanding, opportunity-filled month. And we’re getting in position to reach out, take action and stand on the side of love. We Can’t Stop Now. As the theme of this year’s pledge drive says, we have much to do this month and a busy year before us. In the next four weeks, we will kick off the pledge drive, meet as a congregation to consider a Declaration of Conscience, weigh in on expansion plans, identify new leaders and gather together to worship, study, volunteer, discuss and have fun.

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