Appeals to seek common ground and work toward greater unity in our nation and in our world seem at times just wishful thinking, not just in the realm of politics and government but in religious belief and practice as well. Perhaps the last best hope … read more.
Speaker: Anne Rostosky
Solstice is the longest night of the year, after which days grow longer as we progress toward the Spring Equinox. We’ll celebrate the return of the light with music, stories, and poetry. Dress for the occasion—if possible, wear white, red, and green clothes for the … read more.
How can we learn to love people we disagree with politically? TPUUF friend, Butch Larcinese, will share what he’s learned from the timely book, Love Your Enemies:How Decent People Can Save America from the Culture of Contempt, by author and policy analyst Arthur C. Brooks. … read more.
Earlier this year, soon after the COVID-19 lockdown began, Reverend Larry Peers facilitated a series of workshop sessions on conscious aging. Participants will share their experiences based on workshop themes, several of which are universal in nature, such as self-compassion, transformative points in one’s life, … read more.
Family Services of Montgomery County promotes our first two Unitarian Universalist principles every day. The agency provides a number of services assisting different groups of people, such as older adults, families, incarcerated individuals, and youth, to name just a few. Project HEARTH (Helping Elderly Adults … read more.
June is Pride month. This Sunday we will be celebrating the many contributions of our LGBTQ brothers and sisters. Included will be music, poetry and more.
Amit Ray asserts that “Meditation is a way for nourishing and blossoming the divine within you.” Meditation has also been shown scientifically to reduce stress and anxiety. Come let us explore meditation together.