Unitarians and Universalists are essentially optimists…about the nature of reality and human nature. Maybe you are not feeling so optimistic these days. William Sloan Coffin wrote: “The world is too dangerous for anything but truth and too small for anything but love.” Let’s see if we can shed some light on a love we can hold onto in the midst of a dangerous world.
Paul Johnson, guitar; Justin Chalk, flute; Denis Moreen, accompanist
We celebrate the myth and music of the men known as the Beatles and see how the six sources that inform our faith were manifest in their work.
Turner Blatchley, bass; Donna Boatman, guitar/vocals;
Paul Johnson, guitar;
Phillip Pollerana, percussion; Kurt Jordan, accompanist
Just as Islam has pillars that uphold its faith, so to do we as Unitarian Universalists. WE explore what allows our faith to provide a solid theological grounding while at the same time being flexible enough and supple enough to house paradox.
Denis Moreen, accompanist
Passover will be just days away and my topic will address Matzah/Bread - What does it represent? Oppression... Affliction... Liberation?
UUCOD Choir; Kurt Jordan, accompanist
We will hear from Special Guest Speaker, Megan Beaman-Jacinto, an immigrants’ rights attorney, giving an overview of immigration law, the ways in which the current system does and doesn’t work for people, and the protections and proposals for change that exist. Megan has been a speaker before at UUCOD and we are excited to welcome her back.Kurt Jordan, accompanist