Increasingly, we argue that, in the face of harm, impact is all that matters; bringing up intent is, at best, irrelevant and, at worse, usually just an excuse for bad behavior. But why then do we still care so much about intent, motive, or causation … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Millie Phillips
Rev. Millie Phillips was ordained this last January and recently completed a year serving as the minister of the UU Community of Lake County. Before retiring to study for the ministry, Millie worked in the utility industry and was a labor union activist.
It is the time of All Souls and All Saints, and Rev. Millie Phillips returns to our pulpit to lead the service of memory for our beloved departed. We will lift up the names of the members of the UUCPA community who have died since … read more.
Sometimes it feels like there is no good news these days. Yet, people are rising up and, surprise, even winning. What happens when we stop taking no for an answer and decide to defy the odds?
Music: Lisa diTiberio and Yuri Liberzon, flute and guitar