Many early Unitarians were well-educated, erudite and well-read. Many early Universalists were rural and working class. Today, Unitarian-Universalists honor our historical roots while working to end class exploitation, supporting the rights of workers and all marginalized people. … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Ayliah Cannon
The Spring Equinox is a time for many earth-centered religions to focus on beginnings, but before we can begin, we must simply BE. At the Equinox, the earth re-awakens, and a connection is renewed to the web of existence of which we are all connected. Once … read more.
What does Covenant mean in the context of Unitarian Universalism? In the context of UU St. Pete? As new members commit themselves to our congregation, let us renew our commitment to one another, to our community and to our world.
This service will combine the Soul Matters topics of “Cultivating Relationships” with November’s “Holding History” by focusing on the celebration of Samhain, a time of deep reverence for many pagans. Samhain is considered to be the most important celebration of our sacred source of earth-centered religions. … read more.
“Climate Justice Sunday”A special service with UU Ministry for Earth
Our lives, our gatherings, our world, in ways large and small, are shaped by the climate crisis. In a time of ever apparent environmental racism, fires, and floods, what day to day habits are we … read more.
Compassion is not just for other people who face struggles. We must be compassionate with ourselves, and the planet we walk upon. When we achieve balance in our practices of compassion, we begin to harvest the real fruits of our labors. What are you growing in … read more.
Today is Independence Day. What are we really celebrating? Is Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness something for everyone, or just a select few?
Who are we meant to become? What unique gifts can we share with the world? That is for us to find out for our whole lives. Growing into what special and unique about us isn’t always easy. Society is constantly pressuring us to become something … read more.