Fanny Barrier Williams, A Unitarian Life

Fannie Barrier Williams (1855 – 1944) was an African American educator, artist, musician, and journalist who advocated for social justice and for the rights of Black women in particular. She gained international prominence with a speech to the World Parliament of Religions, where she condemned … read more.

Finding Walden Where We Are

Poet Mary Oliver writes that “Going to Walden is not so easy a thing as a green visit, it is the slow and difficult trick of living, and finding it where you are.” This Sunday, we will revisit Henry David Thoreau’s classic work and explore what … read more.