Monthly Archives: December 2017

Sunday, January 28, 2018 | Compassion for Conservatives | Lay speaker Kit Marlowe

Compassion for Conservatives Lay speaker Kit Marlowe Many people describe the current political environment as “tribal.” We tend to ascribe most of the irrationality to whoever we disagree with. Think about how you stop listening whenever you suspect racism or sexism. Kit Marlowe will help us try to learn how to recognize “the inherent worth … Continued

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Sunday, January 21, 2018 | In the Deep Midwinter | Rev. Dawn Fortune

In the Deep Midwinter Rev. Dawn Fortune It’s been a year since the last presidential inauguration. Let’s take time to consider what has changed in our lives since that day, and examine what it is that draws us together each Sunday. We will explore the ancient language and ritual of worship, and consider how it … Continued

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Sunday, January 14, 2018 | What Makes a Covenant? | Rev. Dawn Fortune

What Makes a Covenant? Rev. Dawn Fortune Unitarian Universalists are freely gathered people who voluntarily enter into covenanted community. As we welcome new members to our congregation, let’s consider what it means to be a covenanted community. A covenant lays out some standards about how we will treat one another, but what makes it different … Continued

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Sunday, December 31, 2017 | Buddhism – The Doctor is (With) In

Buddhism – The Doctor is (With) In Lay speaker Cynthia Grzywinski The Buddha said “I teach only about suffering and the transformation of suffering.” Buddhism contends suffering is a manifestation of the mind and the attachments it creates. It follows that our minds can be used toward its cessation. Currently mindfulness and meditation practices have … Continued

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