What does prayer mean to us as Unitarian Universalists? Our service draws on the wisdom of Howard Thurman, Mary Oliver, and other everyday mystics as we explore this spiritual practice.
How might we give and receive gifts that heal our Earth and change our lives?
A reflection on the theme of gratitude for these times. Service followed by Community Potluck Lunch and Looking Deeply Sharing Circle
Unity is not achieved by erasing difference, but by embracing it. What might it look like to live this kind of community in the world?
What can we learn from our past to move forward into the future?
How can we journey toward healing, health and wholeness together?
To “give life the shape of justice” is soul work that both requires and leads to personal transformation. Let us reflect on social engagement as a spiritual expression of our interconnectedness, as we continue to answer the calls of faith in these times.
A celebration of commitment and sharing of faith for the growing season.
A contemplation of desert wisdom through the words of wanderers, worshipers, and mystics.
We join with our Association of Congregations in this special service to uphold and center the history, the perspectives, the voices, and the leadership of Black Lives of Unitarian Universalists.