Sunday Service Notes for April 15: How Young is Too Young? And for What?

Guest minister Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda considers the recent youth anti-gun movement and historical perspectives in the sermon, “How Young is “Too Young”? And for What?” starting at 11am. At 10am, Joe Weinstein leads our World Religions course.  After the service, join us for our monthly potluck. Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalists is covenantal and eclectic faith … More Sunday Service Notes for April 15: How Young is Too Young? And for What?

Sunday Sermon January 22 11am: The Outside Agitators Who Lived Next Door

Join us Sunday, January 21 at 11am to hear Rev. Rus Cooper Dowda share the sermon, “The ‘Outside Agitators’ Who Lived Next Door.” “There is much to be found in the story of how the Birmingham, Alabama Unitarian Universalist church dealt with their love of their home state in the extended George Wallace era,” says Rev. … More Sunday Sermon January 22 11am: The Outside Agitators Who Lived Next Door

Sunday Sermon August 7 11am: The Moral Revival – Finding Common Ground

On Sunday, August 7,  at 11am, join us a for a lay service by long time Spirit of Life UU member Terri Willingham , who will be exploring the new Moral Revival movement, based on the Higher Ground Moral Declaration, of which the Unitarian Universalist Association is a signatory. According to the Moral Revival website, “This … More Sunday Sermon August 7 11am: The Moral Revival – Finding Common Ground