Rev. Doug Inhofe We search for meaning in our lives, meaning that gives us a mission and orients us day by day; but when it goes missing, we experience the days differently. They don’t feel the same, they don’t even … Continue reading

Rev. Munro Sickafoose Part three of a series on the three transcendental properties of being postulated by Plato—the Good, the True, and the Beautiful—and how they relate to us today.  This month I’ll share my thoughts on The Beautiful—not to … Continue reading

The Rev. Munro Sickafoose We are inextricably tied to the web of life through the seasons. Our lives depend on the results the harvest brings. Food is necessary to feed our bodies, but it is not enough to feed the … Continue reading

The Rev. Gary Kowalski Unitarians versus Trinitarians?  What really distinguished religious liberals, originally, was not a quarrel about the Trinity but our doctrine of human nature.  Unitarians, following William Ellery Channing, rejected the dogma of original sin and affirmed that … Continue reading

The Rev. Munro Sickafoose The roots of our Unitarian heritage go deep.  One of those roots is grounded in Polish Unitarianism, whose followers promoted ideas about social justice that were centuries ahead of their time.  But their influence lives on.