When asked to name spiritual qualities, humility is not often the first thing we mention; we may not mention it at all. But in negotiating a rapidly changing world, might humility be one of our spiritual keys?
As we look ahead through the year, this is a year of uncertainty. Both political elections and the UUA Presidential elections are big questions ahead. At UUCP, we hope to be intentional this year in thinking about how to nurture and fortify ourselves for this … read more.
Our congregation’s new vision calls us to be a spiritual community for our time. What are the qualities and characteristics of such a community? What does this vision call forth from us?
UUs have a long history of expanding our theologies to offer language that can kindle and sustain our spirits. Drawing from world religions, nature, and justice work – our spiritual vocabulary becomes more comprehensive and enriching.
Traumatic experiences can affect our relationship with ourselves and others. The path from fear to freedom can be achieved through different expressions of love. How do we keep the lessons, let go of the pain, and re-open ourselves to let the spirit of life flow … read more.
We each have our own spiritual roots that got us to UUCP, and together we create a new, collective spiritual community. Today, the Dissidents take us on a musical journey from their own roots to our congregation.
We all have our own individual spiritual journey that brought us to UUCP. Asha will ask about how we continue to commit to questioning even when we grow comfortable with our beliefs. Asha grew up in this congregation and now is a senior at Northern … read more.
UUCP member Cherilyn Walley shared how her understanding and approach to spirituality has changes over her lifetime, including her journey from the LDS church to Unitarian Universalism.