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This Sunday

May You Live in Interesting Times

May You Live in Interesting Times Byron Miller, leading Download the morning program here later in the week. Of his discourse, Byson writes … It’s been said “May you live in interesting times” is an old Chinese curse.  Most probably not.  But such times tend to be those of major change and challenge.  They can … Continue reading May You Live in Interesting Times

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We Are Looking For A Minister

“Our congregation voted overwhelmingly to start the search process for a contract minister.  Over 90% of us have never been in a UU congregation with a minister.  We seek a minister to nurture our spiritual growth, expand our understanding of UU history, and cement our place as a recognized religious presence in Texoma, comprised of towns scattered along both the Oklahoma and Texas side the Red River and Lake Texoma.  We are the only liberal religious community drawing mostly from six of the communities with a total population in excess of 140,000 residents and growing.  We are rich in potential of becoming a vibrant voice in an overwhelming fundamentalist area.  Read more about us here.

Church Calendar

Love at the Center

Love at the Center: New UU Statement of Values Passes after Momentous General Assembly Delegate Vote.       Read more here.

I Am Willing

          We know there is daunting work ahead of us in 2024. Never has it been clearer how deeply interconnected all our issues are, or how very high the stakes are for all of our communities.  We hope you are finding care, support, and sustenance in your Unitarian Universalist community.  We are willing to be part of the work ahead. Listen to the music here.    

Agree in Love – by Rev. David Pyle

“A covenant is a set of promises that we make to one another, in a Unitarian Universalist religious community, in light of something larger than ourselves. A covenant is a commitment to the relationships we have with one another and to making, maintaining and strengthening those relationships, a religious practice, even when and especially when times are difficult. As we make that commitment to relationship, because together we can achieve something important that we could not achieve by ourselves. Because these religious communities we form matter not only in our own lives, but in the lives of people we have never met and may not ever know.”  View the video  here.

  Our Seven Principles       ….. Red River is one of over 300 Congregations which has also accepted the eighth principle:
8. “We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.”