Foothills Unitarian Church
“Here Matters 3: Because It’s Where the Future Begins” (6/21/20)
“Here Matters 2: Because It’s Who We Are and Who We Are Not” (6/21/20)
“Here Matters 1: Because It’s Where You Are” (6/21/20)
“Prayer: No Place Like Home” (6/21/20)

“Prayer: No Place Like Home” (6/21/20)

June 21, 2020

Rev. Kristen's prayer from June 21.

“To Know, To Love” (6/14/20)

“To Know, To Love” (6/14/20)

June 14, 2020
“To love your neighbors, you need to know your neighbors.” Listen in on Rev. Sean’s homily this week reflecting on our call to love where we live.  With featured music from Christopher Watkins Lamb, “This Old World.”
 
For more reflection on This Old World, check out this blog post: https://farfringe.com/stlt315-this-old-world/
“Tips for Awkward Conversations on Race” (6/14/20)

“Tips for Awkward Conversations on Race” (6/14/20)

June 14, 2020
Rev. Kristen gets specific in the call for “backyard practices for courageous love.” Starting with a conversation with her literal neighbors around race, and then with a few fun role plays with her partner.  Check it out - and share!
 
 
Especially be sure to check out their Toolkit for raising race-conscious children: https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/raising-race-conscious-children-toolkit.html
“The Conspiracy for Beloved Community” (6/7/20)

“The Conspiracy for Beloved Community” (6/7/20)

June 7, 2020

In this homily, Rev. Kristen connects the story of Flower Communion to the movement for Black Lives, and our movement for collective liberation

She writes: “This season of flower communion recommits us to honoring the beauty of Life, the beauty of Black life, the beauty of Brown life, the beauty that moves within, between and among us - calling us - nudging us through our senses - to remember. To remember the inherent worth and beauty of every person. To remember - to see and to know, to name and to celebrate our differences. To remember our connectedness - our interdependence - - and the complicated and essential truth that none of us are free until all of us are free.”

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