Speaker: Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson

A Strange Freedom

This SUUF Worship Service will give voice to the Reverend Howard Thurman, mystic, preacher and spiritual advisor to Martin Luther King, Jr. Reverend Thurman was the first black dean at a white university, co-founder of the first interracially pastored, intercultural church in the United States … read more.

Critical Race Theory

Our lawmakers, parents, many think tanks, and conservative pundits continue to wage a war over how to teach students about systemic racism. These activists and lawmakers have centered much of their anger on a framework called Critical Race Theory. This sermon will clarify that CRT … read more.

Of Bone and Sinew

Ellen Craft and her husband William escaped American Slavery on an amazing journey of one-thousand miles in search of peace and freedom. Clutching their dream of having children born as free persons, born of free ”bone and sinew,” their saga is one of love and … read more.

What is Faith

This Worship Service will explore the meaning of faith. How does your faith guide you or how does it reveal itself to others, or does it? In the Living Tradition of Unitarian Universalism we shall ask ourselves and ponder the question: What does it mean … read more.

Poetry as a Spiritual Practice (Part 3)

Reverend Anthony shares his original poetry and hosts this special SUUF Worship Service, featuring original and favorite poems presented by SUUF Members and Friends along with music from Susannah Martin.

“Poetry may make us a little more aware of the deeper, unnamed feelings which form the … read more.

Winter Holidays

We celebrate the Winter Season of 2022 by recognizing the Holidays of Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa. We celebrate Hanukkah on December 19tt, through December 26th. We recognize and honor Kwanzaa from December 26th through January 1st. And on this Sunday, we celebrate Christmas Day.

Love In Action

Today’s talk is entitled, “Love In Action,” a sermon calling our Unitarian Universalist Principles, Sources and Purpose into view. As Unitarian Universalists we honor our “Living Tradition” by committing to an ongoing examination of where we are as a faith, what we believe, and how … read more.

All Human, All Equal

This Sunday’s sermon honors the day that the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which is observed every year on the 10th of December. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a milestone document, and is the most … read more.

Widening the Circle

This week’s message will focus upon our commitment to creating a more loving, just and sustainable world, what we refer to as a Beloved Community. One challenge to this commitment is the very real theological tension, within ourselves, within society and within Unitarian Universalism, between … read more.