Speaker: Rev. Robin L. Zucker

Letterboxing: Getting Lost and Found in the New Year

Letterboxing is a quirky hobby combining orienteering, puzzle solving, journaling, and treasure hunting, dating back to the 1850’s in Dartmoor, England. With our well-intentioned 2021 resolutions in tow, we’ll explore Letterboxing as a spiritual metaphor for getting lost (in healthy ways) — stepping off the … read more.

Wax, Wick, and Kerosene

On the cusp of the Solstice and in the midst of Hanukkah, we’ll explore the power of light to inspire, uplift, and enlighten us, and hear tales of how the warm glow of community and the kindness of strangers can support us in the “bleak … read more.

UU Soup: Season to Taste

In Unitarian Universalism, our birthright or adopted tradition, I often wonder (even, fret) about the degree of communal memory or the level of familiarity with the UU “recipe.” Critics both inside and outside of our movement suggest that we are a smorgasbord of side dishes … read more.

The Heartbeat of Trees

In his masterwork, Walden, Henry David Thoreau explained that he “went to the woods to live deliberately.” In this sermon honoring Indigenous People, we’ll explore what it might mean to live, as they have, in a deliberate and conscious relationship with the sacred natural world. … read more.