As we worship for the first times in our new sanctuary, let us renew the ways we gather. The rituals we practice this time of year, the songs we sing, the stories we center, and what we fail to see. The traditions we inherit – what we repeat and what we release. In-person, online, with friends, and with strangers.
Dear community, both within and beyond Foothills, Since the horrific attack on October 7th, we have shared UUA statements, including from our President, the Rev. Sofia Betancourt, in response to the Israel and Hamas conflict, and the suffering and loss of life in both Israel and Palestine, as well as their follow up statement calling […]
We’re excited to share some fantastic news with you. The podcast you know and love as “The Foothills Deeper Podcast” is getting a fresh and inspiring makeover, now known as Tiny Shifts! This transformation represents our unwavering commitment to delivering messages of hope, grounding, encouragement, and practical actions to help you lead a life filled with love […]
When James Luther Adams (JLA), the most prominent Unitarian Universalist theologian of the twentieth century, was asked if he saw neo-fascism rising in American possibility, his response was crisp and clear. Having witnessed firsthand the rise of fascism in Europe, JLA rejoined, “When the enemies of freedom come to “rescue” us from the regnant social […]
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God, the concept, has different names, metaphors, and practices across time and cultures. They all reckon in diverse ways with the fundamental mystery at the heart of existence. Often Unitarian Universalists think we must accept or reject the concept of God or Gods, but as we know, any binary is false. Our July/August series – God. […]
It’s June, which means this is my last post in this series! I hope you’ve enjoyed watching tv over the last few weeks. The amazing thing about TV right now is that great shows come out every day, and new discoveries of brilliance, originality, and creativity are constantly possible. Which is amazing and also sometimes overwhelming because […]
About this time last year, Carri and I started saying a new mantra to ourselves: leave the house. It was kind of a joke, kind of not – because we recognized that we had fallen into some new habits during the pandemic that made it more likely that we would barely leave our home most days. Some […]