What is your feminist history? No matter your generation – boomer, Gen X, Millennial, Gen Z – each has a story to tell. It’s surprising how much progress we have made in women’s rights – and how much more we have to go. Katie is a UU community minister with the Eastrose Fellowship in Gresham, OR.
Rev. Katie Larsell
Rev. Katie Larsell will uplift EASTER with us via Zoom.
Our building is closed during the Covid-19 pandemic, but we’re live streaming our Sunday services via Zoom. If you are new to using Zoom, please check in by 10:15 for a brief tutorial.
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One of the questions routinely asked in Science Fiction is “what is the difference between a robot and a human being?” One answer is that humans experience ‘awe’ and robots do not. This sermon explores the spiritual emotion of awe, which connects us to big truths about life and our place in it. Our popular pulpit guest is a community minister with Eastrose Fellowship Unitarian Universalists in Gresham, Oregon.
Old sources of wisdom were the elders of one’s community, lessons from observing the natural world and a few important texts. Katie returns to our pulpit with a provocative question: Where do we find wisdom now?
Children’s RE Today
We humans are full of surprises and capabilities. Did you know you could use your imagination to increase your kindness, your empathy, and frankly, your very own happiness? This service is about using your spiritual imagination to increase your connection to meaning and the sacred.
Nonperishable items are invited for the Food Bank
Postponed from February by snow in the passes, Katie will connect the age-old dialog between science and religion with new behavioral and brain science. We we warmly welcome her back with us.
Our popular pulpit guest will look at the age-old dialog between science and religion in the light of new behavioral and brain science, on this Evolution weekend.
How important is belonging as a feeling? It’s more important than we realize. The feeling of belonging intertwines with our status, feelings and purpose. It sits at the heart of what we think we can achieve. Where do you belong, and how does that belonging affect your life?
Children’s RE Program today.
We live in a paradise. Our state is famous for its beauty and its liberal politics. We’ve got it great!…or do we? Where did we get our liberal reputation and do we live up to it? Katie is executive director of Oregon Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice, and believes that social justice and Unitarian Universalism are made for each other. Welcome her back with us this morning!
Children’s RE program is available today.