Speaker: Jeanay Johnson
Every Friday night volunteers from UUSP and the larger community serve 70-90 unsheltered individuals. What is the truth behind each guest’s journey? Our mission is to shine the light of compassion, making each guest visible, respected and sustained….for one night.
The theme this month is Holding History. Our faith places truthful telling of history at the center of our principles. In our first principle, we promise to value the worth and dignity of every person. In our fourth principle, we value the search for what … read more.
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.
Think that the important issues are at the national level? More often, change starts at the local level. Hear how UUSP’s Social Justice ministry is changing the lives of Pinellas County residents. We bet you’ll be surprised by all that we can do. Join us this … read more.
Religious Education Service – Our faith has a long history of being committed to these skills. Deep listening shows up prominently in our small group ministries and is now also central in our decentering work as white UUs learn to step back, limit defensiveness and … read more.
“The storm is passing over, the old hymn says, Except… The storm has not passed over just yet, has it? Here, for this hour together, We rest in the eye of the storm. We gather not as a changed people, but as a changing people.” … read more.
“We are not all in the same boat. We are all in the same storm. Some are on super-yachts. Some have just the one oar.” Damian Barr’s poem in the early days of the pandemic reminds us that some of us have more power … read more.