The Future of Religion and Unitarian Universalism

Sunday, August 21, 2022  11am In-person and on YouTube
Rev. Keith Kron, Guest Speaker
Religion, including Unitarian Universalism is at a moment in time. Can it survive? And what must it do in order to survive? What must we do? We’ll explore our place in today’s world, and why it’s metaphorical meteorites and not a comet that could wipe us out.

Rev. Keith Kron is the Director of the Transitions Office for the UUA, helping congregations and ministers as they navigate the ministerial search process.
    He is the former Director of the Office of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Concerns for the Unitarian Unversalist Association. He held that position for over 14 years from 1996-2010.
    He has visited over 450 UU congregations across the continent, helping them in Welcoming Congregation work, Beyond Categorical Thinking workshops, and public witness.
    A former elementary school teacher, Keith also has taught an online class for Starr King School for the Ministry, our UU seminary in Berkeley, on children’s literature. He also leads workshops on the enneagram, plays and teaches tennis, and collects children’s books in his spare time (He has over 9,000 of them.).
    He currently lives in Providence, RI.

 

 

Letting Go

Sunday, March 14, 2022 11am, In-person and on YouTube
Rev. Cathy Harrington, Interim Lead Minister
To live in this world. you must be able to do three things:

 To love what is mortal

 to hold it against your bones knowing  your own life depends on it;

  And, when the time comes to let it go, to let it go.   —Mary Oliver