Coming out as an LGBTQ+ person is challenging, especially when the laws of society and the church seem to be stacked against you. Rev. Candace Chellew talks about her own coming out journey and challenges us to think about the importance of coming out for … read more.
Topic: gay pride
But first…join us downtown on Friday, October 14 to ride our float or walk with us. See News/Current News tab for details.
On the anniversary of the Pulse Shooting, we take an honest look at mass shootings. Pride has modeled resilience in the face of hate. Our resilience is challenged by everyday citizens being a part of an armed militia.
This Sunday begins our month long focus on the first UU principle, the inherent worth and dignity of every person. We will continue our celebration of Pride weekend in Columbia as we celebrate our willingness and commitment to create a space where everyone can be … read more.
What if we could lose ourselves in caring for another and find it a source of joy not lost self? Melody Beattie and others have warned us of the dangers of codependency, but Rev. Pat Jobe spent a fraction of his life caring for a … read more.
Opening Words [Chris Matthews]:
“Over time, people who advance liberties tend to win the argument, whether it’s for women, African Americans, immigrants, or the gay community. In the end, America takes the side of the people looking for rights. That’s … read more.