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!

The Building Blocks of Beloved Community

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman Rev. Jan Christian, Congregational Life Staff for the Pacific Western Region of the UUA wrote: “Establishing and maintaining Beloved Community depends on establishing and maintaining covenantal relationships. The covenant is our sacred promise of meaningful relationship, which we mutually develop by inquiring into our deeply held Read more…

To Be Loved

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman An exploration of the many ways we practice love, especially those that build Beloved Community. As Love Moves Outward Activity Our Director of Religious Education, AJ Fox, shared this meditation on love as part of the Valentine’s Day service on February 14th, 2021. It was partially Read more…

Imagine Equity and Justice

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman Our opening words are “It begins now in the imagination” by Rev. Gretchen Haley. It starts hereIn this momentIn this breathYou feel risingIn your chestThis beat building between usThe healing, the hunger, the hopeThe courage, the calling, the commitment The drawing outof a new dayIt begins Read more…

Hope in Human Form

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman A fresh look at the Christmas story in conversation with the traditions that surrounded Jesus of Nazareth at his birth. Our Opening words today are Winter Solstice, by Rebecca Parker Perhapsfor a momentthe typewriters will stop clicking,the wheels stop rollingthe computers desist from computing,and a hush Read more…