Remember when the teacher asked you to write down every step in solving that math problem? A similar method is useful and when reflecting on our various spiritual paths and where they might be taking us next.
Speaker: Rev. Cynthia Prescott
Each of Buddhism’s Four Immeasurables — loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity — has a far enemy and a near enemy. Cruelty is the far enemy of compassion. That’s apparent. However it’s the near enemies that can trip us up — responses and emotions that seem … read more.
A multi-generational service. The Social Justice Committee will introduce the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Thirty Days of Love project.
Join us for our annual Christmas Pageant “Would You Like to Hold the Baby?” at 4:00 PM, and our annual Christmas Eve candlelight service at 7:00 PM.
Tuesday, December 22, is the Winter Solstice, the first day of winter, the shortest day of the year. There will be a Solstice Ceremony at UUMAN from 7:00 to 7:30, outdoors or on the porch, so dress accordingly. This is a multi-generational service. Come between … read more.
“Advent is a time of anticipation and as long as we expect, as long as we hope, someone will light a candle against the prevailing darkness—and neither the winds of hate nor the gales of evil will extinguish it.” — John A. Taylor
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Join us this Sunday for a Unitarian Universalist Bread Communion. Rev. Cynthia Prescott brings this service, a Thanksgiving communion in the UU tradition, to us. The Chalice Choir will sing “The Gift of Love,” and you’ll hear poetry and readings, including Barbara Brown Taylor’s, “The … read more.
To see ourselves as belonging to nature is a more persuasive rationale for sustainability than to perpetuate the notion that we are separate, isolated, and that our very existence is a threat to life on earth. It’s time for a new story.
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