Keen observation informs clear vision and effective action. From arid lands farming to liberation praxis to activism & resistance, the practice of being observant serves as the foundation for it all.
What are the qualities we most seek in our leaders? What leadership do we need for today? In the leadership roles we hold (as parents, at work, in the community, in our families or households) what are the ethical principles that can help us lead in ways that encourage the values of love and justice. … Continued
Relying on highly-trained specialists, Antiques Roadshow allows us to watch as the authentic pieces are separated from the fraudulent or imitation work. The search for what is deemed real and genuine ultimately leads to what is seen as valuable. How has a similar search for authenticity shaped the development of faith and Unitarian Universalism? … Continued
Join Benjie and Emrys for a Christmas morning singing and story service incorporating music from different traditions and cultures. Service will be followed by a brunch potluck at 11:30 – bring something to share!
Spend your Christmas Eve with music, community and candlelight at UUCP. Both services will be filled with singing and the lighting of candles. The early service includes a children’s play and the later service will include the congregation choir. Everyone is invited to bring cookies to share in fellowship from 6:30 PM – 7:30PM. Child … Continued
A look at some current research on how prayer, meditation, and other spiritual practices impact our minds.
This special Thursday evening all-ages service honors the pets in our lives and our families. Pets are welcome, on leashes or in terrariums or carriers. Photographs of pets are also welcome, including those unable to attend and those we hold in memory.
We often create stories in our own minds to explain, justify, or make sense of what others are doing. In this way, we come accept a false version of things without creating the opportunity to really understand what is going on. If we don’t get caught up in these stories, we can be more open … Continued
As UUs, we might assume that many of us are on the same page when it comes to our electoral preferences, or at least in the same chapter. But we are more diverse than we may know—and affirming that diversity is a worthy challenge.
Emrys Staton will share some experiences of living in intentional communities, and the lessons learned to build and maintain strong communities.