“The rush and pressure of modern life are a form, perhaps the most common form, of its innate violence,” wrote Trappist monk and peace activist Thomas Merton. “The frenzy of our activism neutralizes our work for peace. . . . It destroys the fruitfulness of … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman
This month, UU St. Pete explores our heritage, beginning with noted transcendentalist and Unitarian minister Ralph Waldo Emerson.
If someone is transphobic, racist, or otherwise makes our spaces unsafe, how do we keep our spaces truly welcome for all?
Unitarian Universalists don’t have a creed, so our relationship with the sacred is a constant investigation. We are curious seekers within ourselves for truth; we are curious seekers in the Universe for wonder and mystery.