The Atlantic County Secular Buddhist Community meets periodically to discuss Buddhist and mindfulness concepts and share experiences. Curious? Beginners are welcome! July’s gathering is at the UU Center at 10 am on Saturday, July 9. The gathering usually lasts about 2 hours, and we’ll have discussion and sharing followed by a meditation session.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
A discussion on the nature of white privilege and how it harms people of all racial groups. Why does the concept of “privilege” make people defensive? And what is it like to be a white person coming to terms with it? YouTube Video at https://youtu.be/T9p8GeaCpSU
Family Promise Guest speaker Barb Sabath Barbara Sabath, the leader of Family Promise of Atlantic County, will give a background on the current state of homelessness in our part of the state.
The DUUdes Abide Presented by the UUCSJS Men’s Group The UUCSJS Men’s Group (aka "dUUdes") have met for years, leaving a (litter-free) trail of beer, wings, and veggie meatballs from here to Murray Grove. In the midst of such debauchery, they have created an accepting environment bypassing the restrictive cultural expectations of masculinity. We will … Continued
Everyday Spirituality Coordinator Erica Onofrio How can one incorporate a spiritual practice into your everyday life? Erica and others from the Everyday Spiritual Practice study group, including Marsha Hannah, Helene Gentile, Kathryn Kelley, and Karen York, will have suggestions and share their experiences.
Poetry Party Coordinator Theresa McReynolds “Breathe in experience, breathe out poetry.” — Muriel Rukeyser (1913-1980) Join us for one of our community’s favorite services — sharing, feeling, contemplating the spoken word.
See the coverage in The Press of Atlantic City, Vigil for Orlando Victims Stresses Courage of LGBTQ Community Images from The Press
Please join us at the UU Center, 75 S Pomona Rd., Galloway NJ. Respond to our Facebook event page at Vigil for the victims of the Pulse shootings in Orlando.
A Community of Reverence Lay speaker Richard Grzywinski Our Unitarian Universalist faith is manifested in the satisfying sense of community and friendship it inspires. But does that relationship extend into "reverence?" And should it? As many of us left our previous faith did we leave a vexing hole where reverence once resided? Do we fear … Continued