Hol(E)y Reflections: Our Mysterious, Funny, Changing, Beautiful Bodies

How do we talk about our bodies changing throughout our lives? And what does that mean as Unitarian Universalists? This service brings Brianna Mussman back to TUS to talk about things we often only whisper about–sex and sexuality. Brianna Mussman grew up in the congregation and is a member. In the process of applying to … Continued

What We Lost 50 Years Ago: Reflections on Dr. King

On April 4, we mark 50 years since the assassination of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  While we often spend time talking about Dr. King’s legacy on the holiday named after him, or in February during Black History Month, our faith movement’s call to attend to the legacy of racism and the urgent need … Continued