Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen

Democracy in Crisis

Thoreau-Richmond Campus. Democracy across the globe is in crisis.  No matter who won the midterm elections, this will continue to be true.  How should Unitarian Universalist communities respond during times such as these?  Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen will be in the pulpit via video.

Collective Memory

Museum District: We will gather to observe the combined holidays of Halloween, Samhain, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day. As we do we will examine how the development of a shared story is a form of spiritual practice that helps to maintain our families … read more.

We Make the Road by Walking

Museum District: The sermon title comes from a dialogue between the great practitioners of liberation education Paulo Freire and Myles Horton.  The sermon will be a chance to reflect upon how we can collectively engage in spiritual practices to nourish us as we struggle for … read more.

We Make the Road by Walking

Tapestry Campus in Spring: The sermon title comes from a dialogue between the great practitioners of liberation education Paulo Freire and Myles Horton.  The sermon will be a chance to reflect upon how we can collectively engage in spiritual practices to nourish us as we … read more.

The Way Forward Is With a Broken Heart

The title of this service comes from Alice Walker’s book of the same name. She offers wisdom about how to move forward during a time of disappointment and heartbreak writing, “healing begins where the wound was made.” No matter the reason why a ministry ended, … read more.

We Make the Road by Walking

Thoreau – Stafford: The sermon title comes from a dialogue between the great practitioners of liberation education Paulo Freire and Myles Horton.  The sermon will be a chance to reflect upon how we can collectively engage in spiritual practices to nourish us as we struggle … read more.