November 22, 2020
November 15, 2020
November 8, 2020
Rev. Dr. Fenimore tells us of the meeting of John Murray and Thomas Potter on the New Jersey shore in 1770. This encounter set John Murray on the road to founding the Universalist Church in America. She then asks “But what of the other man – What of Thomas Potter?
The liminal space of waiting for a President-elect to be declared shifted literally minutes before we planned to record the sermon. Dr. Bossen turned on a dime and pointed out we are always in transition – there is an eternal presence of the liminal in our lives. We would do well to open ourselves to the ‘time between,’ the moments separating our breaths, the sacred spaces sprinkled along the timeline of our lives.
November 25, 2020
November 18, 2020
November 11, 2020
The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen interviews Tupac Enrique Acosta, the General coordinator of TONATIERRA. He is a Member of the Calpolli Nahuacalco traditional community of Nican Tlaca Indigenous Peoples. They talk about how indigenous peoples view the COVID-19 crisis as well as other pandemics, and especially about the Doctrine of Discovery.
This week, Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen speaks with Rev. Dr. Natalie Fenimore about how the Unitarian Universalist Association Commission on Institutional Change is trying to make UU congregations more open and equitable.
Rev. D. Scott Cooper speaks with First Church's Membership and Communications Coordinator, Alma Viscarra, about developing the path to membership for the church and how it has changed because of the pandemic.
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