Guest Minister: Rev. Chris Rothbauer
What does it mean to deeply listen to the cares and concerns of another? In this service, Rev. Chris Rothbauer will examine deep listening as a spiritual practice and how our diligence (or lack of) to it shows up in our lives and congregations.
by Laura McBride
When a young adult son's search for his own life's path takes him out of his mother's comfort zone and off of her path for him, how does this mother handle the new route? Come and hear about how a covenant brings focus and comfort to a conflicted mother.
Led by Mel Bailey
Our lives are spiritual journeys, and spirituality is fundamentally about connection. We may not always realize when we are embarking on a spiritual journey. More often than not our journeys begin with a twinge, a gnawing at the back of our minds or the edge of our hearts. We may feel a longing to set out in search of a connection we have yet to experience. We may feel called to come home when we need to strengthen our connection to that from which we came. As you contemplate your own spiritual journey, are you setting out or coming home?
Sermon by Paul Boothby, and presented by Tom Moffit
In speaking of the world's problems, each person's contribution does make a difference, even if in a small way.
Led by Jim Dealing
Given the evident threats of climate change, and our own Unitarian Universalist values, we will consider how we might best respond.
by Guy Newland
Unitarian-Universalists are committed to inclusive democratic process in our nation. Our republic has always had flaws and challenges, but has managed to keep a certain core. That is now under threat. How did this happen? What can we do?
Rise and Shine, by Lissa Anne Gundlach, presented by Norma J. Bailey.
“…acknowledging Black History month in these times is more critical than ever.”
We’ll examine why this is so and what we might do in response to the need.
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