An exploration of the evolution and impact of humanism within Unitarian Universalism…
we hope you will join us!
“The new religious humanism uses the language of balance, of balancing left and right sides of the brain,
of reconstructing dualism in order to honor the interdependent web, of breaking up (but not eliminating)
the century-old mantra of reason, rationality, and responsibility with myth, soul, ritual, and spirit.
This is a religious humanism for a new century, a new millennium – this will be the core of our Unitarian Universalist faith.”
~ Fred Muir
This Sunday's topic is “Gardening As a Spiritual Practice.” Lay leader Tom Moffit will share Barbara Davenport's exploration of this topic. She writes: “In our gardens we learn the deepest of spiritual lessons. Gardening teaches me just about every lesson I need for living.”
The 2015 summer worship series seeks to further examine one aspect of our Mission: exploring ways in which we can “transform our lives”. The theme of our service on Sunday, August 9 will be “Living Simply/Giving”. Our Worship Leader will be Norma Bailey.
Our reflections are drawn from the book Everyday Spiritual Practice edited by Scott Alexander which contains a collection of essays on daily spiritual practices, each written by a Unitarian Universalist clergy or layperson. Please join us.
Services are led by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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as the calendar is updated each week...and changes do occur.