Unitarian Universalism is considered a “creedless” religion. What on earth does that mean, and how does one practice such a faith? This sermon follows the lead of Socrates who, because he “knew nothing except the fact of his ignorance,” kept asking questions–all in hopes of … read more.
“Head versus heart” is a fundamental dichotomy that we, as Unitarian-Universalists, are called to de-dichotomize. (Is that even a word?) This sermon explores how we leverage–both individually and as congregations–the powers of fiercely rational minds and generous poetic hearts. Joseph Bednarik is the Assistant to … read more.