Songwriter Malcolm Stewart wrote: “Let’s play a game; let’s pretend that love is each man’s name; let’s see if the world remains the same.” As we dig through the rubble of 2020, let’s find and examine the little seedlings of hope that are springing up … read more.
Jenny McCready - Intern Minister
Rumi wrote, “Keep knocking, and the joy inside will eventually open a window and look out to see who’s there.” As 2020, a year of frustration, fear and loss draws to a close, may we remember the power of our love and joy to heal … read more.
Thich Nhat Hanh writes: “I have arrived, I am home, In the here and in the now, I am solid, I am free, In the ultimate I dwell.” How might the practice of finding our quiet center help us to cope and heal in these … read more.
The late Rev. Fred Rogers (known to most as Mr. Rogers) said, “Listening is where love begins: listening to ourselves and then to our neighbors.” In this time of social unrest and a deep cultural divide in our country, how can deep listening bring healing … read more.
Soren Kierkegaard said, “Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards.” As we move forward into the unknown of life in a pandemic, we are still processing what this all means. At any given moment, we make our best guess as … read more.
Joining with UU’s throughout the country, we celebrate our heritage as the “church of the helping hands” this Justice Sunday. With so much disruption and uncertainty in the world, how can we continue to “nurture our spirits” and “heal the world”?
This service will only be available … read more.
In the book Spiritual Midwifery, one of the dads, Rudolph, describes his daughter’s birth like this: “It felt like there was no space or time barrier to anything and we were in Holy times in Holy land.” As we move out of the holidays and … read more.
No matter who we are, as long as we have breath and consciousness, we have another opportunity to pay attention. This is our job as a people of faith; to keep returning to mindfulness and patiently train our minds like we would a puppy, reminding … read more.