12.27.15, A Christmas Without Collars, Tom Ott

I am a man who believes that symbols have enormous power, a power that multiples exponentially the more ingrained in our consciousness they become, for good and ill. In my homily for the Sunday after Christmas, a lapsed Catholic will explore his happy struggle to find faith through Unitarian Universalist non-doctrine.   Tom Ott is […]

1.25.15, No Matter the Cost, Rev. Kent Matthies

As much as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life has often been reviewed it commonly remains misunderstood.  He gave everything, no matter the cost for the values he cherished: universal justice, service and liberating love.  Tavis Smiley has written a powerful new book “Death of a King”, which looks at King’s last year from his […]