Topic: Spiritual Practice

Kwanzaa 2021

This Sunday we will begin our celebration of Kwanzaa, a seven-day holiday honoring African-American culture. Over the coming week, we will light an additional candle in the Kinara each day representing a different principle:

Dec. 26 – Umoja [Unity]: To strive for and to maintain unity … read more.

Blending of the Waters 2021

Blending of the Waters, our Water Communion, is a long a standing tradition at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jackson. It represents the season of Ingathering, a time of return from summer breaks and the beginning of a new church year. It is a time … read more.

Sticking with Love

Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “I have decided to stick with love. Hate it too great a burden to bear.” We are people who claim “love” as the only doctrine of our church, and this Sunday we kick off our UU tradition of 30 … read more.

The Light at the End of 2020

The light at the end of 2020. Here’s the question, if light is coming towards us, is it a good thing or a bad thing? Would it be the light of better days, or of an angry mob of polo shirt wearing white supremacists?

The open-endedness … read more.