Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan
The season of Advent and of approaching Solstice is a time for planning for what may be becoming. What are you planning on becoming?
Unitarian Universalism: Our way; Not dogmatic; Not demanding; But challenging; and inviting; and growing.
Our focus for this Sunday may change as we get to Election Day and beyond. Stay tuned.
What do the haunts of past and present bring for the future regarding this Election Day – Tricks or Treats? Could we raise them up to promote acceptance and encouragement of spiritual growth for all souls?
To what degree are the spiritual virtues of “acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth” in your life as we approach the election? How could it matter? Is it significant that this week includes both United Nations Day and National Nut … read more.
On whether we can enhance our society’s influence on the degree of justice, equity and compassion in our human relations.
Why? How would you get there? Are you willing to give up some advantages, certainties and comforts? Are justice, equity and compassion driving impulses in your relationships, or debatable ideals – or could they be both? And since 10/4 is the … read more.
So many factors influence our personal sense of worth – genetics, family, culture, politics, history, technology. What say do you have in whether you and your life matter?