Month: May 2018

Woods Working: “Appreciation”

As the school year ends for summer, so do a lot of UU congregational activities. Though very few of us leave the halls of academia to work the fields of food stuff, this rhythm of agriculture is so deeply imbued in northern hemisphere human life … read more.

The June Wayside Pulpit

Every month, member Bev Morgan updates the saying displayed in the announcements case facing Brewster Ave. Here is June’s quote, for your contemplation.

Book Group on Monday June 4

Join us for a lively discussion of Ursula Leguin’s novel, The Left Hand of Darkness, on Monday, June 4 from 7:30-9 pm.  Although I am not personally a Sci-Fi fan, my book club friends tell me that I cannot miss this classic, which we are … read more.

The Bail Trap

Are you aware that Black people, Latinos, and Native Americans are twice as likely to be stuck in jail because they can’t afford bail?

Their incarceration can last weeks or even months so that they lose jobs, housing and family. Raising money for bail puts them … read more.