Be Ours a Religion

Nineteenth century Unitarian minister, the Rev. Theodore Parker, urged, “Be ours a religion which, like sunshine, goes everywhere.” In the 21st century, we are invited into deeper, more authentic and lasting partnerships with other religious and non-religious people, as we attempt to build an interfaith coalition for social transformation. Service Audio

Wider Still

Beyond the covenants that we share together at UUCCI, we are a part of a large tapestry of UU congregations throughout the country & the world. Nic Cable will be joined by UUCCI members who attended the 2017 General Assembly as they reflect on our wider potential as a religious tradition of love.

A Labor Of Love

The late UU theologian, James Luther Adams, wrote often on “Voluntary Associations.” He reflected on the particular role the religious community has in shaping these institutional relationships & how they have the potential for personal, communal, & societal transformation. We will look at the relationships that bind us together & the labor of love that drives us forward. … Continued

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