Speaker: The Rev. Stephen Cook

Mother’s Peace Day

Our contemporary observation of Mother’s Day as a somewhat sentimental celebration of family and motherhood has its origins in deeper concerns of war and peace.

Render Unto Caesar

In some circles, “Tax” is a dirty word, akin to thievery. Not so; taxes are simply what we owe to one another in order to maintain a civilized and decent society.

Holy Foolishness

Holy fools trouble our comfortable systems because in the disorder they bring are hidden important and challenging questions.

Sixty Percent

With our Wednesday morning community breakfast, UUSA does a great job of providing a meal for many who are homeless.  However, sixty percent of the food aid distributed in Massachusetts goes to people who are employed and have a permanent address.

Beginning Again

As part of last month’s sermon, “Forgiving Ourselves,” we shared a “Litany of Atonement” from our hymnal that invited us to “Forgive ourselves and each other, and begin again in love.” How might Unitarian Universalists understand that?