Speaker: Kiya Heartwood - Guest Speaker

Kiya Heartwood is a lifelong musician, activist, and creator of good things in the world. She is currently in the final stages of completion of her Masters of Divinity degree from the Starr King School for the Ministry.


Racism and Religion: A UU History

As a faith community we acknowledge that there are many ways in which many religions have supported unjust actions over time. As much as we aspire to higher principles, there are people in the longtime UU church that have used this faith as a tool … read more.


How can we simplify our lives in an age of over-consumption and over-stimulation? There is a nexus between the behavior of corporations, governments and individual choice. This impacts our planet, our opportunities, and our well-being – physically, mentally, and spiritually. We can do better. We … read more.

Building the Beloved Community

How can we help to create the Beloved Community that Dr. King and many UU’s dream of in our actions and habits? How can we move forward in our relationships with each other and the wider world?

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The Wolves of Yellowstone

Join us for an insightful service as Kiya Heartwood shines the spotlight on the power of cooperation through a discussion of the wolves of Yellowstone Park, specifically the Druid Peak Pack. Natural life is not simply “survival of the fittest” – a reductive and White … read more.