Labor in the Pulpit

Homily by Rev. Michelle Scott-Huffman An Ingathering Greeting – UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray The opening words are by Rev Megan Visser. We enter this space for kindness and comfort.May rough-worn hands and aching backs be healed.We enter this space of hope for equality.May those who labor to survive live Read more…

Saved by Play

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman In his book Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul, Stuart Brown writes “I don’t think it is too much to say that play can save your life. It certainly has salvaged mine. Life without play is a grinding, mechanical Read more…

Shaped By Our Stories

The Path Through Personal Stories to Shared Values and Collective Action – Rev. Michelle Scott-Huffman The opening words are Come together in praise and thanksgiving, by Mary J Harrington. We come together today in praise and thanksgivingfor the gift of life itself.Someone gave birth to us and some of us Read more…

Becoming Alive Again

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman The observance of both Easter and Passover provide an opportunity for us to remember sacred stories that have breathed life into weary people for thousands of years. As we feel the weight of our own weariness, may we be reminded that we, too, can become alive Read more…

Committed to Serving

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman
I am only one; but still I am one.
I cannot do everything; but still I can do something;
and because I cannot do everything,
I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.
May it be so for us today!