Topic: Theology

Religious Naturalism

While sharing core values, Unitarians, worldwide, are noted for theological diversity that ranges from pagan spirituality to secular humanism. We’ll be looking at a rich source drawn from our theological diversity, called “religious naturalism.”

While viewing that the natural world is all we have reason to … read more.

The Forgiveness Of Clay

A popular metaphor for spiritual life is that there is a maker, and we are the clay. What does it mean to be the makers of our own lives, and what shall we make with the clay we are given? Consider this as we explore … read more.

The Religious Experience

The venerable Rev. Fred is our featured speaker. He writes “Many religious people have devoted their lives to seeking a religious experience. One fellow named Mert asked (Methodist) Bishop Quayle, ‘Bishop, how can I have an experience of God?’ The bishop said, ‘Well, Mert, go … read more.

When Religion Runs Off the Rails

Having explored what religion may be good for in February, let’s follow that up with a walk on the wild, more forbidding side of it. People have been asking what the heck’s going on with the toxic brew of religion, culture and politics south of … read more.

What is Worship?

Every Sunday, we gather for worship services at UCV. But consider these questions: What do we think we’re doing when we do worship? What do we feel and experience? Is worship important, and why?

This will be an all congregation/all ages worship service where we … read more.

So, What Is Spirit Play?

You may have heard of Spirit Play. It happens in Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist Religious Education classes all over North America for our three to ten year olds.

Is it a play? What kind of play? Or is it a methodology? Why and … read more.