This Sunday

“Deck Chairs, Lifeboats, Icebergs? Time for A Better Story”

The meme machines are working full time to register every crisis we face as one of Titanic proportions—and us people are just helpless, hopeless fools, doomed to rearranging the deck chairs on a ship that’s destined to sink. But nobody actually rearranged any deck chairs … read more.

Coming Next Sunday

  • Sneak Peek: Sept 27th
    • 09/20/20 - 09/27/20,All Day
    • “Deck Chairs, Lifeboats, Icebergs? Time for A Better Story”

      the Rev. Dr. Christine Tata, speaking

      The meme machines are working full time to register every crisis we face as one of Titanic proportions—and us people are just helpless, hopeless fools, doomed to rearranging the deck chairs on a ship that’s destined to sink. But nobody actually rearranged any deck chairs on the Titanic. And that doesn’t have to be our story. Join Dr. Tata to talk about what comes next in our real story.  11:15 AM on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Did You Know?

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History September 24
    by Frank Schulman on September 24, 2020 at 12:59 pm

    1825 – Frances Ellen Watkins Harper was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She was an important African-American feminist, abolitionist, and writer. Harper was a strong advocate of the Underground Railroad and worked for women’s suffrage, temperance, and education. A member of the First Unitarian Church in Philidephia, Harper was also a poet and popular novelist. She was also helped found the National Association of Colored Women. Read more about Frances Ellen Watkins Harper at: www.HarvardSquareLibrary.org - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism. The post September 24 first appeared on Harvard Square Library.

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