Standing Before Us

An introduction to four Massachusetts women: Universalists Judith Sargent Murray and Mary Livermore, and Unitarians Margaret Fuller and Lucy Stone. The impact these women had on our lives is immeasurable, yet they remain, for the most part, forgotten. Why is that? What can we do … read more.

When the Window Becomes a Mirror

Liz was joined by her good friend and esteemed colleague Rev. Roger Bertschausen, Executive Director of the UU Partner Church Council. International partnerships such as First Unitarian’s partnership with the Unitarian Church in Szentegyháza, Transylvania, offer extraordinary opportunities to learn from differences and similarities and … read more.

The One Living Poem

Tina Cane serves as the Poet Laureate of Rhode Island, where she lives with her husband and their three children. She is also the founder and director of Writers-in-the-Schools, RI and is an instructor with the writing community, Frequency Providence. Her poems and translations have appeared in numerous publications, including The Literary … read more.

Vocation is about Love

A Sermon by Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay
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Often when I’m researching a sermon I look all over for wisdom – magazines and journals, scripture, poetry, movies, music, Wikipedia (of course) and so forth.  When I was researching this morning’s topic, ‘vocation’ I was excited about … read more.

My Faith May Not Be Your Faith, But That’s OK

A Sermon by Bruce Boucek

Bruce is the Social Sciences Data Librarian at Brown University. He has been one of the senior high youth group advisors for the past seven years. A third-generation Unitarian Universalist, he has many thoughts about what that means.

To listen to the … read more.

A What? What’s That Again?

We frequently don’t know how to do something until we do it. And then there are those times when we don’t know what we are creating until we’ve created it. Cy will share his experiences as a founding member of the Providence Village, a community … read more.