The Sunday New York Times features a regular column on writers and what has influenced them. How might we answer the questions they are asked, such as, ‘what’s on your nightstand?’, ‘your favorite book as a child?’, ‘what book most influenced you?’ Bring a book … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris
We’ll gather at the UUFD parking lot (leaving our cars at Needham Elementary) for an all-community, joyful meeting of community and fellowship.
Please bring a camp/lawn chair and a flower for the bouquets.
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What are the stories unique to our way in religion? Some we might know, others may be new to us.
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In recurring stories of families or congregations, we often tend to re-tell the problem-saturated story. How can we use our values to find the strong story that already exists but is not told?
What does the world look like when we shift focus to the Taoist principle of non-striving? Can we be counter-cultural by taking it easy?
— The Environmental Justice Team
As the climate crisis continues, we address issues of appreciation for and stewardship of our one home.
Early 20th century Unitarian minister John Haynes Holmes wrote, “When I Say God it is poetry and not theology.” Let us discover the language as April is Poetry Month. We’ll create our own haikus today.
Hallelujah, it’s Easter! What does that represent for us as Unitarian Universalists? Can we find miracles in this day? Wear your Easter bonnet.
Our mental health and spiritual endurance has been tested. It might be that all you can do right now is to keep on keepin’ on, despite all that is coming at you.
On this Palm Sunday, how might the ancient stories translate to what we … read more.