Unitarians and Universalists have always been movements challenging the relevance of institutions and faith. Institutions protect and secure structures and foundations for posterity. We need both in balance. We need something to hold onto if we are ever going to grow through the inevitability of … read more.
Rev. Dr. Elaine Beth Peresluha
Today we celebrate February and African American History Month by reflecting on reconstruction history in the US and the book by Rev. William Barber.
Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal religion. East Shore is working to develop a covenant of right relations. Today we explore the history and the impact of covenants on religion, communications and individual relationships.
“I set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for … read more.
The roots of our Unitarian and Universalist faith traditions are the theme for this week’s worship service. We explore the historic markers of our religious past and the relevance of that history to us today as we move our faith into the future.
Technology will be our focus this Sunday. 3-D printers and other technological advances are bringing change to our lives at a rate more rapidly than our spirit and moral development. The ethical questions are not “can we print a heart?” The question is “should we?” … read more.