Exploring which is truer in this age and society of old persisting oppression and new persisting confinement: An unexamined life is not worth living or An unlived life is not worth examining.
Speaker: Pastor Jack
“Though our present is governed by fears, our future is governed by hopes.” With the simultaneous celebration this weekend of the Jewish First Fruits Pentecost and the Christian Spirit Pentecost, it seems a good time to consider what you are hoping for and who else celebrates those hopes with you. … read more.
The UU tradition calls for humankind to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Is that call still operational during the conflict and isolation, the fear and blame, the uncertainty and depression of our pandemic? Why?Our service will “look” at perception … read more.
Sunday, April 26, 2020
Speaker: Jack Donovan
I once heard a professor of comparative religion say, “Scripture teaches, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself,’ but it doesn’t teach you how to love yourself. That’s a problem.”
Now, by yourself much more, might be a good time to work on it. … read more.
Considerations While on Required Retreat
Sunday, April 19, 2020
Post-Easter, with the world and us not yet resurrected from retreat, we still hear Earth Day, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Patriots Day, and Haiku Day call to us. Haiku Day? Give it a try when logging into your Quarantine Retreat Diary. … read more.
What Sigmund Freud’s Granddaughter Sophie Taught Me
A oft-offered question for Women’s History Month! (Just asking.) One might start with “What do I want? What do girls want? What do boys want? What do men want? From pre-history through history to now and the future, are any … read more.