Topic: Soul Matters Themes
In the spirit of both November’s Soul Matters theme, “Paths of Change,” and the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ll explore how change is disruptive and often unwelcome at the time it occurs but may also prove to be something we’re eventually grateful for. Along with considering the … read more.
Heraclitus is quoted as saying that no one can step into the same river twice. The same is true for our gatherings here. It is impossible to step into the same community twice, as each person brings change. What do you bring to this beloved … read more.
Belief in a deity or specific prophet is not necessary for belief in the power of life over death. The moral from Easter transcends the Christian faith from which the story comes. There is truth in the celebration that awakening and transformation is a possibility … read more.
Our Soul Matters theme for April is Awakening. April is a month of awakening in the natural world when the flowers bloom, the trees leaf out, and a walk in the woods is accompanied by a chorus of birds. Insects that have overwintered as nymphs … read more.
Our Soul Matters theme for April is Awakening. Our UU Principles of respect for all people and for the natural world of which we are a part as well as the value we put on justice, truth and democracy should make us receptive to an … read more.
Reverend Andrew Weber will direct our attention to the Soul Matters theme for November, “Holding History,” with a service focused on ancestry. Family trees show us our ancestry and origins. Genograms are another tool that can help us dig deeper into our roots and see … read more.