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Mindfulness One of the ancient Eastern disciplines, mindfulness is now part of mainstream Western culture — being used in schools, in hospitals, with veterans, and with young and old alike. The significant health benefits ascribed to mindfulness practices are impressive. … Continue reading
Please join us for a Holiday Gathering Sunday, December 18, 2016, from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Joining us will be singer, songwriter and musician John Redmon a.k.a. JRed to lead us in a holiday sing-a-long. As always, our gathering … Continue reading
The Journey Toward Wholeness Our denomination has made a commitment to an ever more inclusive practice, that includes people who are ever more diverse. Discerning what it is that holds us together as core values, and what are mutable preferences … Continue reading
A Meaningful and Fulfilling Humanism October’s guest speaker, Dave Lavinder, has been exploring Humanist philosophy for many years, a religious path which he finds compatible with his belief in reason and science. “Traditional Humanism is currently being re-defined to free … Continue reading
Water Communion and Interdependence The Water Communion was first celebrated in Unitarian Universalist congregations in the 1980’s. It is a ritual that is now shared by many of our congregations, usually in September as the new church year begins. We … Continue reading
Love. The Prime Resistance to Hate. How do we resist violence and the hateful actions of others? When we react in kind, we have been successfully recruited to be “a part of the problem.” Violence and hate beget violence and … Continue reading