Sunday Meditation Practice, February 1 9:30 AM Yoga led by Sue Heck 10:30 AM Meditation led by Lucinda Hudson
Sunday Service, February 8 10:30 AM A Tapestry of Hope Briana Melom Karen Armstrong says, “Like art, religion is an imaginative and creative effort to find a meaning and value in human life.” The seventh Unitarian Universalist principle — respect for the interdependent web of life — invites us into the art of seeing the connections that bind us to one other and all existence. These connections offer a profound opportunity to infuse our lives with a deeper sense of meaning. In the heart of winter, when our daily experience may be touched with loneliness, we gather to generate the warmth of support and hope — and to be reminded of the many ways our lives are inextricably woven into the larger tapestry of all life.
Sunday Service, February 15 10:30 AM "Poetry-Love/Compassion" Lay led
Sunday Service, February 22 10:30 AM Malcolm Nazareth
Meditation practice will be on the first Sunday of each month with regular services on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays.
** Unitarian Universalist Film Series:
“The Long Strange Trip: A Journey Through 2000 Years of Unitarian Universalist History”
As part of our adult education, we will be viewing a 6-part video series that explores the early beginnings of UU ideas in the early church and Reformation, the birth of Unitarianism in Eastern Europe and English Unitarianism, American Unitarianism, and Universalism. Learn about some of the highlights in our religious past, which helped to shape our present religious views and concerns.