NOV. 7, 2021

“Reimagining Your History”

Rev. Kaaren Anderson

An examination of the stories we tell ourselves and how powerful they can be. They can lift us up, tear us down, or just plain keep us stuck in memories that don’t serve to enhance our life. It’s worth reflecting on that which can get in our way, and what indeed can open us up, to new opportunities and storylines.

No Video Service this week

NOV. 14, 2021

“Hit by a Bus”

Rev. Kaaren Anderson

Every year I read Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. I’ll read it a good five times between now and Christmas. There are always tidbits worth wrestling with and this year I’m find-ing myself in need of addressing those on the other side of the aisle if you will. Those whose views and values seem foreign and well . .. entrenched. I hope to take us on a journey of regenerative growth, to usher in a new approach to ‘the other.’

NOV. 21, 2021

“A Letter to Governor John Winthrop”

Rev. Kaaren Anderson

One of my favorite books, is Lies My Teacher Told Me. One of those lies is the placid and skewed version of events that lead to our celebration of Thanksgiving. So, to set the record straight, I’ve written a letter to the good Governor Winthrop, who sailed the seas to come to what is now Massachusetts, to start a new kingdom upon the hill. It’s a cheeky missive of course, but it gets to what I’d want to say to him if he were around today.

NOV. 28, 2021

“Power, Partnership, and Change”

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Social Justice Committee and Project Ninos