Community. Courage. Love. Diversity. Generosity. Joy. These are the cornerstones of our congregation. Since 1876, the Unitarian Society has been a beacon of progressive religion in Santa Barbara. If you are seeking a religion that speaks to your mind as well as your heart, a spiritual community with doors wide open to the world, you are welcome here. To quote the poet Mary Oliver, "What will you do with your one wild and precious life?"
There is nothing quite like the feeling of being able to do something concrete and tangible to help our community. Cooking a good meal and sharing it with our guests at the Warming Centers is now a part of our culture of caring here at the Unitarian Society. We need about 80 volunteers each year to make this happen! I look forward to having you as part of the team! You can sign up here.
Sunday, February 17
"Trust, Myth & Politics" What is the relationship between trust and myth on Presidents Day--on George Washington's birthday? Washington famously couldn't "tell a lie." Well, that's not really the truth. It's a myth. Or is it a lie? Sometimes it's hard to know what to believe. It'll be a smooth transition to reflect on trust in today's politics. This service will by led by student minister Nic Filzen.