Posts with the tag “earth”
Practice Resurrection! - October 20, 2019
by FPUU Admin on October 23rd, 2019
"This idea of living in an I-Thou relation with the earth and all its inhabitants is at the heart of our Unitarian Universalist faith. Our Unitarian ancestors broke away from the traditional Christians of their time because of their belief in the inherent goodness of humankind. In this church that happened in 1825. Our Transcendentalist ancestors enlarged that goodness to encompass the natural ...
Communion with Ourselves - Sunday September 29
by FPUU Admin on October 2nd, 2019
One of the main contributions of our Unitarian ancestors to the Western Christian tradition was to connect the awe that one feels in nature with religion. Before the Transcendentalists, Christianity focused on the largeness of God and the smallness of humankind. ... It took the Transcendentalists to name that sense of awe one feels in nature as also part and particle of the divine. They brough...
What's the Story? - Sunday, September 15, 2019
by FPUU Admin on September 18th, 2019
As we begin this worship series Cherishing the Earth and Ourselves, I invite you to consider the stories we tell about the earth and how those stories shape our understanding of our relationship to our planet home. So today I have three stories for you..... Read the stories and the rest of the sermon here:...
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