UU Voices

  • Trust, Hope & Action Promo

    Trust, Hope & Action

    How we think about “Trust and Hope” sets the stage for the possibility of acting on behalf of a livable future. In this time of uncertainty, that can hold us back or move us forward—together. Miriam Kashia is a proud 50-year UU, a retired psychotherapist, a “Climate Action Warrior” who walked across the country with the Great March for Climate Action six years ago, and has been arrested four times for non-violent-direct-action on the front lines fighting for a livable future.

  • Allies and Antiracists Service Promo

    On Becoming Allies and Antiracists

    In this worship sermon, Kirk Witzberger explores the current racial justice protests and movements that merit attention, and reflects on his own process for becoming a more effective antiracist.

  • Outdoor classroom Mexican border

    A Week on the Border

    Three UUS members spent a week providing assistance to asylum seekers on the Mexican side of the southern border. Their photo diary offers a glimpse into their journey and some of the people they met.

  • 2019 A5 Art Festival

    A5 Art Festival Celebrates Autistic Creativity

    Renee Speh reflects on the latest A5 Art Festival held at UUS on April 13. The event showcases the creative works of autistic young people and includes art workshops and activities.

  • Kirstina Gratz at home

    I Believe in Fun, Play & Love

    Kirstina Gratz was raised as a UU, which led to an appreciation of spiritual diversity. As an adult she has come to appreciate her own ability to bring fun and play to all aspects of life, including her pediatric dental practice and becoming a foster parent.