To paraphrase an apocryphal Buddhist saying, ‘Change is inevitable; suffering is optional.’ We consider what this might mean for us in the current environment. Click Here To View Service
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LISTEN: Wanting to help seems to be a natural impulse for humans, understanding how we can be truly helpful perhaps less so. Today we reflect on how we can be of real service to ourselves and others.
LISTEN: UUs have been gathering in our sanctuary for worship at 10:30 each Sunday for nearly 200 years. Why do we do it? What draws us together? What is worship anyway? Please join us to reflect on these questions.
LISTEN: This morning, we will reflect on creating space to allow opportunities for personal and spiritual growth.
Please join us as we reflect on the power of listening.
We reflect on the nature of authority, a term that shares its linguistic roots with author, and consider who we allow to be the author of our lives.
Coming home is a concept common to many mystic and spiritual traditions. In this service we ask, “What is this home, and how might we get there?”
Please join us for a reflection on “Salvation” as we consider who is being “saved”, from what, and by whom.
Losses of beloved members on our community recently have led me to think about what we can honor, celebrate, and grieve as a life transitions into death. Maybe upending some of our usual assumptions might help us honor our own lives as death stares us (hopefully from a distance!) in the face. Special music will accompany the … Continued