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April 05, 2020

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June 28th, 1969 is widely considered to be the most important event leading to the LGBTQ liberation movement and the ongoing struggle for LGBTQ+ equality in the United States.  On…
Join us for this service dedicated to singing and exploring hymns, their history, and their context in our Sunday services and in our personal lives.
The story of David and Goliath is one of the most well know stories from the Hebrew Scriptures. It has entered our culture as an example and inspiration to underdogs.…
“Do to others as you would have done to you” is a fundamental ethical claim of many religions and seen as an important ethical guide by non-religious and religious people…
Living a full and engaged life will mean we will be hurt and be disappointed by people. We will also hurt and disappoint others. These are a fundamental part of…
Truth with a capital T used to be a topic for philosophers. But as fake news and alternative facts threaten our democracy, it’s become everyone’s concern. Veteran journalist Steve Brooks…
We will explore the various beauty and challenges that diversity brings into our life while celebrating our Unitarian Universalist ritual of Flower Communion.  Everyone including children are invited to participate…
The Reverend Craig Roshaven, my minister, mentor, friend, and former boss, was fond of quoting Mark Twain: “faith is believing what any fool knows ain't so.”  Unitarian Universalists scoff at…
On May 5th, 1819, one of the most important sermons in our Unitarian Universalist history was delivered in Baltimore by William Ellery Channing.  The title of the sermon was called…
This year we are celebrating our eighth consecutive Scholarship Sabbath. In this service, we introduce and honor recipients of our Wildflower Scholarships, two graduating seniors from Travis High School and…
The Easter Story is of primary importance to Christians. Both our Unitarian and Universalist traditions have their roots in the Liberal Christian tradition but many of us struggle to find…
One of the great challenges for many Unitarian Universalists is explaining what is spiritually central to us at individuals and as a community. It can often feel easier to explain…
As Unitarians, what does it mean to be a welcoming congregation for visitors and members of Wildflower with disabilities? In this service, we will explore what disability is, along with…
Many of us identify as a Unitarian Universalist – but do we mean the same or even similar things when we identify as such? Or is our biggest commonality our…
World Water Day is Friday March 22, followed by Earth Day on April 22 and World Biodiversity Day on May 22.  This Sunday, the Climate Team together with some members…
Our current immigration policy suggests the importance of faith communities stepping up to play a role in furthering the conversation. Narratives of hospitality are common in so many faiths around…
The term Reproductive Justice has its origins in the Women of Color Collective Sistersong who define it as “the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have…
Perhaps there is no more significant trait about a person than how hospitable they are to those different from themselves. I believe this also to be true for groups of…

The Art of Healing

02/24/2019
The journey of life can deliver us many bumps, bruises and cuts – physically, emotionally and spiritually. This can make life seem an ongoing struggle of being hurt then healing…
We are all a combination of identities, some imposed from the outside, some discovered from within. Gender is internal, though we often make assumptions about ourselves and each other. This…