LIVE from Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Via the magic of streaming online video, we will join thousands of UUs from across the nation as they worship together at the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly in Kansas City, MO. Come and watch the largest annual gathering of UUs and hear some of … read more.

Embracing the Strange

Most of us have heard of the Emma Lazarus poem on the Statue of Liberty: “Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free…” And many of us have wondered: “Whatever happened to the American value of welcoming the foreign and … read more.

Revolutionary Times

The opening sentence of Charles Dicken’s classic “Tale of Two Cities”, set in the time of the French Revolution is “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” Our Guest Minister, Rev. Dan King, shares reflections from the recent UUA General … read more.

A Second Chance for Our Environment

If God gives us a second chance, shouldn’t we give a second chance to our environment?  Let’s explore some ways in which we can do this together! Rabbi Deborah Schloss has served Temple Beth Tikvah in Clear Lake since 2009 and is also a clinical … read more.

What Are You Doing Here

Through old and new religious voices, this persistent question endures. It is asked of individuals, messengers, even– congregations. Rev. Daniel O’Connell served as the Senior Minister of First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston from 2010-2018. He attended seminary in Chicago and received his Doctorate of … read more.

Concrete, Abstract, Meta

There are many levels or layers of meaning in the examples and patterns of our lives. Which leads to the question: What does God lack?

Ralph Krog is a member of BAUUC and a graduate of the Starr King School for the Ministry. He served on … read more.

Coping with Disasters: Hard Things Happen

Our Guest Minister, Rev. Dan King, lived as a young adult in Houston and Austin for a dozen years without experiencing any hurricanes or other major disasters. Since he and his wife returned to Houston 5 years ago, they have shared with us the stresses … read more.