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Please join us for the Dances of Universal Peace @ Concord UU, held the third Sundays of each month from 7 - 9 PM. This starts our third year of monthly dance circles and the circle is growing!
The practice of the Dances of Universal Peace cultivates harmony in body, mind and spirit. This community practice includes focus on breath, listening, feeling, seeing and silence. An atmosphere of heart centered peace and harmony is created. The Dances of Universal Peace are led by Sarah-Elizabeth Whitcomb and Jenaabi Finlay with musical support of guitar, harp, flute, recorder and drum. The Chapel will be open a half hour prior to the start of the dance. All are welcome to join us as leaders and musicians connect and create space together.
Come, come, whoever you are! Bring yourself, an open heart and a friend to the dance circle! For more information please contact Sarah-Elizabeth Whitcomb at 365-0852 or email@example.com or Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-4830.
Are You Interested in Exploring Membership in Our Church?
The Membership Committee will hold a two-part Pathway to Membership course on Sunday afternoons, November 11 and November 18, from 12:15 to 2:15 p.m. Lunch and child care will be provided. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact John Tobin by email at email@example.com or by phone at 225-1102.
“Nurturing Pastoral Care,” Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger & Lyn Betz
As we walk through life we all face moments that can feel overwhelming in their sadness and grief, loneliness and shame, or anxiety and anger. These moments are a part of life. Being in religious community will not protect us from the reality of those feelings, but being in religious community means that we do not have to walk through those moments on our own. Pastoral care is based on the belief that we all have an important role to play in companioning each other through life’s most difficult times.