On this special Sunday, the congregation will celebrated the installation of the Rev. Brian Mason as Minister to the First Universalist Unitarian Church of Wausau. The sermon was delivered by the Rev. Earl Holt, with a special message to the congregation from UU Wausau’s last ministerial intern, the Rev. Jim Coakley.
On this Sunday before Halloween, we honor the memory of the dead, or as Rev. Brian thinks of them, the saints among us.
Continuing the discussion about our Tradition’s theological history and heritage, this week’s topic was Unitarianism, beginning with the question, “How can Unitarianism inform us in this modern era?”
An exploration of Universalism, beginning with the question, “What can Universalism mean to us today?”
If we desire earth connection, which really is an extension of the experience of the wild, of our vital primitive link, how do we get it? Sleeping on the ground in a tent in the wilderness is one way, but there are a multitude of others that do not require traveling to an isolated location and are equally effective.