US Americans are often recognized for being fiercely independent. This individualism mindset impacts how we live, work, play, and worship together, and even how we serve one another. Creativity, innovation, and confidence in human ingenuity are some of the obvious benefits of individualism. Also … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jenny Peek
Third Annual Hymn Bowl! Wondering what to do this Superbowl if you don’t watch the game? Join the UUs for Hymn Bowl 2020! We will sing lots of our favorite hymns and enjoy a lighthearted worship gathering.
Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a Welcoming … read more.
“Poor People’s Campaign, A Moral Revival”
The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber began Moral Mondays and today is leading a National Poor People’s Campaign, the work begun by Dr. Martin Luther King just prior to his assassination.
This is a special Sunday, as we will also … read more.
“Shared Leadership: Voices of the Margins ” [Audio Link]
In Our Transgender Inclusion in Congregations educational series last Spring, we learned that among people who have been historically marginalized, leadership is more shared, less hierarchical.
How can organizations adapt shared leadership styles, … read more.
How do we keep compassion for one another? Are you finding the world more frightening than ever, wondering what happened to compassion or loving your neighbor as yourself? You are not alone! Caring and compassion are alive and well, and are values to be cultivated … read more.
“White Supremacy Culture… where?!?”
Our UUA has long been involved both with the struggle for racial equity and more recently with understanding its own complicity in maintaining a structure that works against these noble aims. Join us for a presentation and discussion about white supremacy, … read more.
“American Exceptionalism and the US Constitution” Be it in a family unit, a religious organization, or even a nation, we find the flawed and the fabulous. This gap between ideals and reality holds the growing edge, where we can choose to bravely find, name … read more.