Friend and neighbor at First Unitarian Church in Dallas, the Reverend Daniel Kantor recently wrote, “The world does not ask whether we ‘have faith’ or ‘don’t have faith.’ Such a binary perspective is limiting, divisive, and at some level abusive. The question I am asking … read more.
Speaker: Pastor Kristen Cervantes
Better known as “Pastor Kris”, Kris Cervantes has served as UUWaco’s minister since September 2014. She is a lifelong UU and native Texan. She also serves the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Waco, Texas. She received her MDiv (with honors) and a certificate in Sexual and Gender Justice Studies from Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth. She serves on the board of the Greater Waco Interfaith Conference and the Clergy Advisory Board for Planned Parenthood of Central Texas. Kris lives in a little brick house with her husband Robert, son Gabriel (17), and a variety of four-legged family members, as well as lots of books (and dog hair)! Her older son Jack (19) studies print-making and fine arts at UNT. In her spare time, Kris reads (everything), paints, sings, talks to her garden, and drinks far too much coffee with friends.
Saint Clare of Assisi founded and built the first order of Franciscan women, vowed to poverty and service under the same rule of Francis of Assisi as the monks. She also wrote, “We become what we love, and who we love shapes what we become. … read more.
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King gave us these words in 1967: “Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic.” What conditions can humans place on love? Join Pastor Kris Cervantes this Sunday to explore. The first of … read more.
Join Pastor Kris Cervantes for a special service honoring the Solstice. We’ll share poetry, music, and ritual as we affirm the infinite circle of our year on this planet, and the seasons which sustain us.
Click on this link to view a video of our service … read more.
A place of comfort for all who struggle with this season. Bring whatever you can of your self; there’s room for the messy, the broken, and the wounded here.