Poetry can touch the deepest part of us. Our theme for the month is awe, and several congregation members will share personal experiences and poems of awe and wonder. Come for a morning of expressing the inexpressible.
Speaker: Donna Featherston
In the Zen tradition, there’s a saying that Zen mind is a beginner’s mind. Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Roshi said, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.” As we take on our monthly theme of new beginnings, let’s … read more.
The beloved Shaker hymn Simple Gifts begins by reminding us that simplicity and freedom are gifts and ends with the lyric that by “turning, turning, we come round right.” The song was written as a “quick dance” and its lyrics contain instructions for both dance … read more.