Wednesday, September 24, 7:00pm
Rev. Diane Dowgiert, Mary Wiese, Brian Moon, and Kathleen Hogue
An interactive time of story, ritual, meditation, and song.
Sunday, September 28, 10:30am
Rev. Diane Dowgiert
Unitarian Universalism is sometimes called "lite" religion. I think this criticism arises from the notion that we don't have shared spiritual disciplines and practices. Jews keep kosher. Christians pray. Muslims fast. Buddhists meditate. Hindus chant. What do UU's do? There's a spiritual discipline so finely woven into our history and our congregational life that it's become invisible to us. Just as fish don't see the water in which they swim, our uniquely UU spiritual practice is unseen yet always there to sustain us and help us to grow. What is it? Come find out.
Worship Associate: Brian Moon
Music: Leeza Beriyeva