Speaker: Rev. Kate Rohde

The Wife of Jonah

Rev. Kate Rohde.

Live-Stream.

In “The Wife of Jonah“, a first person account from Jonah’s wife on the real story of the prophet, Author Barbara Rohde imagined a woman’s perspective on Jaweh, his prophet, and her part in bringing forth God’s transformations.

The monologue will be performed … read more.

Singing Your Song

Rev. Kate Rohde.

Live-stream.

This sermon is based on a metaphor from August Wilson’s great play, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone. Set in the African American Experience, Wilson — one of the 20th century’s best American playwrights — used the particular experiences of African Americans to … read more.

Are We Too “WEIRD”?

WHY UU’s AND OTHER LIBERALS ARE HARD TO UNDERSTAND

One of the foremost social scientists working on the social psychology of values discovered that people who are more traditionally progressive and those who are more traditionally conservative have two major values in common, but conservatives have … read more.

Is It Good to Be White?

Ironically, lots of people who mark “white” on forms that ask for our race, don’t often think about what that means. However, in our conversations on race, what does having the mythical status made real “white” mean? What has it meant in the past? Are … read more.