Last month we talked about what it means to be a people of identity. Identity for me means I can no longer hide on the fence. I can no longer be so wishy-washy about carefully couching my position on things so as not to … read more.
Category: Adult Religious Explorations
“Afraid that our inner light will be extinguished or our inner darkness exposed, we hide our true identities from each other. In the process, we become separated from our own souls. We end up living divided lives, so far removed from the truth we hold … read more.
Our theme this month is presence and I am immediately reminded of a saying I learned long ago: The past is gone; the future hasn’t happened yet; and the present is a gift. One of the … read more.
Our theme this month is what does it mean to be a congregation of story? Two days ago I posted picture of myself on Facebook joyously voting for what I thought was to be the nation’s first woman … read more.
As I get older, I tend to look at healing as a journey rather than a destination. But that wasn’t always the case. After I got plantar fasciitis a few years ago, I thought that all I needed … read more.
The church year has officially begun! We begin our church year anew each year with our Water Communion. Merging our waters together is a symbolic representation for us that we are indeed a community of covenant. But what … read more.
Summer is quickly winding down almost as soon as it got started. I can’t believe we are almost halfway through August already. I wanted to let you know about six Adult Religious Exploration events that we have been … read more.
Director of Adult Religious Exploration
Our Soul Matters overarching concept for our 2016-2017 themes will be: “A Community of…”
UU religious community is a precious gift. Within it, we find values and questions that are rarely encountered elsewhere in our lives. Values and questions that push … read more.
It is the end of our church program year and we are in a time of Revelry.
Our Chalice Circles are drawing to a close after another successful year and we are celebrating with potlucks as we say goodbye … read more.